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My woodland wildflower garden...

Posted by mulberryknob z6OK (My Page) on
Fri, May 3, 13 at 12:47

is mostly tradescantia with some woodland phlox and cammasia sprinkled through. Before they bloomed this area was covered in wild violets, both purple and yellow.


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RE: My woodland wildflower garden...

Ohh, that is beautiful!! I could look at that for hours.


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Oh, Dorothy, that looks like a little piece of heaven, that I could just roll around in like a big ole feather bed! Gorgeous!

Susan


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Dorothy, that is beautiful! I also love the open woods.


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Thanks, everyone. I love looking at it too. But you can't roll around in it Susan, because that is a very VERY rocky hillside. It's close to the house, but we can't mow it, and I won't weedeat it (or allow DH to) until this stuff dies down. Then in the fall the whole area is covered with wild mistflower. So it is beautiful and fragrant then too.


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I dunno, Dorothy, those rocks might make a good massage, LOL! Still a beautiful garden by Mother Nature. Scenery like that makes me long for a country woodland away from the city noises, concrete, and lights!

Susan


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So beautiful! I used to live across from a field of spiderwort...I loved walking around in it to see all the different colors that came out - always bloomed around Mother's Day :)
I have some that I got from Lisa...it's my tiny bit of heaven!

Sharon


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Dorothy,

That is so beautiful!

Dawn


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Dorothy, it is beautiful as always.


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Beautiful, and giving me ideas. Thanks!


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