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Winter in my neck of Oregon

Posted by echoes_or Zone 3 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 11, 11 at 12:49

Pictures of the work gardens.
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A brief summer picture for comparison.
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RE: Winter in my neck of Oregon

Boy, you can sure feel the cold in the first photos and then you warm up looking at the last. I can just feel the sun.


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RE: Winter in my neck of Oregon

  • Posted by natal Louisiana 8b (My Page) on
    Tue, Jan 11, 11 at 18:05

Beautiful! Those are huge icicles! What are the work gardens?


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RE: Winter in my neck of Oregon

Those icicles are insane! I really like that summer photo with the rocks.


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RE: Winter in my neck of Oregon

The winter pictures are beautiful. I find that I really like snowy pictures, I just prefer to look at them from a beach near the equator.

Gorgeous summer photo as well!


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RE: Winter in my neck of Oregon

The work gardens, means the fire resistant gardens where I work. We put in the fire resistant garden in 2004 for residents within our area to come see how to design and plant with wildfire fire safety in mind.


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RE: Winter in my neck of Oregon

Love that picture with the icicles.

I would love to hear more about fire resistant gardens. I see rocks, get it. And succulents I would understand. But grasses? That wouldn't have come to my mind if I were thinking about fire resistance. Any simple pointers you could give us?


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