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Icy Gardens - November 2012

Posted by marciaz3 Tropical3/NWOnt (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 11, 12 at 14:41

Coppertina Ninebark:
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Silver leaf dogwood:
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Manitoba maple:
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Very ornamental grass! (might be Stipa - can't remember):
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Red osier dogwood:
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Spirea 'Little Princess':
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Some weed-type grass, but pretty!
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Viburnum mohican:
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Piece of driftwood up against a cherry tree:
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The dog doesn't have much traction:
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A nest that dh put into the cherry tree:
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Viburnum:
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RE: Icy Gardens - November 2012

The ornamental grass reminds me of sea grass that turtles nibble on- nice pics


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RE: Icy Gardens - November 2012

Thanks!


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