Did you ever consider how you view your garden? View it in a reflective way? Be reflective in a garden? Consider using a mirror in the garden? Adding water for its reflective qualities? How about a gazing ball? There is so many ways to add light and color, expand a view or have the view be expansive. Using reflection in garden design is a designer trick to add to the garden experience.
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I would bet quite a few let it rip since we have been having drier weather in many places around the country. Is it green grass you want? Continue reading
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Raspberry Sunshine Daylily
A closer look at what is blooming in the garden from the post Garden Summer Blooms – 8-7-14. Focus today? Daylilies and a group of plants that are almost interchangeable.
Did you ever wonder what is the difference between Echinacea and Rudbeckia?