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Article: The Quixotic Garden: Kindred spirit

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Naples, NY

January 5, 2009
8:43 PM

Post #5970038

I have always bought the new plant first and THEN figured out where I could stuff into my garden. I came to peace with my gardening style when I found that my artistic friends were finding plants in my garden that they could incorporate into their own more disciplined plantings. My quixotic garden has become a reference work!
Colorado Springs, CO
(Zone 6a)

January 5, 2009
9:22 PM

Post #5970197

That's the best compliment isn't it! I'm glad you found something to identify with in the article. Now if I could just get past the winter itchies I've got so bad right now... I need spring!

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