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Posted by mmajicmann 5b (My Page) on
Sun, May 20, 12 at 12:15

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Your plantings are all looking great together and the reds and yellows really set it all off.
Cher


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Everything is looking spectacular. Good eye spotting those Robin gems. That orange/yellow japanese maple is striking. Acer palmatum 'Orange Dream' perhaps? I must have now =)


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its like.. magic.. lol

you ought to do a tutorial on edging.. its is sublime .. and done right ...

ken


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thanks c,k and g... yes, orange dream... saw a robin fly outa the emerald arborvitae...hello! note pic2 ... i moved balsam fir (backround) 6 feet further back to make room for the new serbian spruce to the left for 12-14 feet spacing. also added a third island/border with some little specimens i ordered online this winter... fun stuff. i figure the price to pay for lookin' at everyones great pics is puttin up a few of my own. ;)


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looking really good!


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  • Posted by whaas 5a SE WI (My Page) on
    Sun, May 20, 12 at 22:22

I agree that 'Orange Dream' steals the show!


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Looks great!


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Wow, that looks like Eden. How nice it must be to wander your gardens with that wonderfully country feel to the edges. No closeted feeling of houses near by, or forests closing you in. Wonderfully open and yet full at the same time.

Hopefully you share some closeups on the beds.

-Will


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Very Very nice, What a nice setting...you roll across the nice yard, to the cool gardens and then the backdrop of the fields...nice...


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aaawwwwww for sweet! I love the robins nest. Your gardens sure are gorgeous. I really like that clean neat look. I can't wait to see them in 4 or 5 years when they really put on growth and the conifers look more mature.

Thanks for sharing.


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