Thursday, August 11, 2016

Two houses in Luneberg

These two houses in the Unesco World Heritage-designated city of Luneberg, Nova Scotia were the typical bright colors of much of the town. 

What captured my notice, however, were the very informal and pleasing plantings surrounding them.

Queen Anne's Lace (which has naturalized everywhere in Nova Scotia) was accompanied by Solidago, Rudbeckia, and various other "wildflowers."


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