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warriorswisdomkathy wrote: Just love the pix Pam....in a way I wished I already had mature trees and shrubs, but then again am glad I have an open palette which to work and play.....I get to plant those things that "I" want.....and where "I" want them. I am looking forward to seeing and smelling my Lilacs, Yoshino cherry tree, Linden tree, Spiareas, Roses, Viburnums, Weigelia and Hydrangeas bloom in the coming years...and My Cecise canadensis......got 3. Oh and one of my favs, Mock Orange!!! Oooh and Honeysuckle too!
Pix 1&2 the last area of the border that was planted ( 1)before planting, (2) some planted (looking south)
Pix 3 show it was finished and things beginning to knit (see how small everything looks, yikes!! (looking north,downhill)
Pix 4&5 are from last summer (looking north downhill), there are about 2500+ plants out there, let me tell ya that's alot of seeds!!!!
Pix got rearranged oops, pix 3 was suppose to have been #1