Friday, April 10, 2015

Native plants used as "foundation" plantings

From left to right:
coral honeysuckle, fothergilla, Euonymus, mountain laurel, Leucothoe, Aquilegia, with Christmas ferns and bloodroot, and Carolina jessamine on the front porch rail

And lots of water oak catkins on the front path!

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful. Is it hard to leave?

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  2. Oh, I'm so glad that we're seeing a final spring in the garden, and enjoy how well the small woodland garden in front is looking this year.

    It IS hard to leave, but fortunately, I've had quite awhile (6+) years to move through the process -- and the determined shedding of STUFF over the last year -- huge.

    And the mountains are calling, now, even as I feel wistful and a bit teary-eyed thinking about leaving.

    Thanks for asking!

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