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Dave's Garden

Four Seasons in a Mixed Border

by leawoodgardener 5 comments

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DavidofDeLand Jan 25, 2013

All those evergreens make me feel like I'm on the path to Camelot! Beautiful.

Emmas_Mom Jan 26, 2013

What are the two evergreens flanking your Countess de Bouchard clematis? They are fabulous!

candysgardens Jan 26, 2013

candysgardens Jan 26,2013 Your gardens are so very wonderful for many reason. Certainly "garden tour"worthy. Would love to see it in 10 years when shrubs and trees have matured. Your plants look exceptionally healthy. Only another gardener can appreciate the time, effort and knowledge that this garden has required. Congratulations.

leawoodgardener Jan 27, 2013

The two evergreens flanking the 'Countess de Bouchard" clematis are a 'Skyland' spruce (the large specimen) and a weeping spruce. I like mixing evergreens in the border for contrast and winter interest.

vagardener50 Feb 08, 2013

Beautifully done. This made me want to go back to my own photos from last year, just to assure myself that my flowers are still there somewhere under the snow!

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