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My shade gardens in South NewJersey

Posted by tinylady 07 NJ (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 8, 07 at 7:41


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey

Your gardens are beautiful, Tinylady! I live in a shady neighborhood to, probably about an hour from you, and use similar plants (though I must admit I have been buying alot of hostas the past year or two!)


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey

I love Hosta's. I found this site that has the most unusal Hosta's. I plan on ordering some this year. They grow so well here and make such a nice garden with all my ferns too.
The site is called Made in the shade gardens. You will love some of these Hosta's, some grow up to 70 inches wide with leaves bigger than a mans head....lol.


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey,Williamstown

I am in the Williamstown area.


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey

I am actually in Md, but only 30 mins from the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
I am familiar with Made in the Shade. They have a good reputation, though I have never bought from them. If I buy mail order, I usually buy from Naylor Creek or White Oak. My favorite places to visit are several nurseries in the Lancaster, PA area.
Is that a bird house or bird feeder between the two trees? It looks cool!


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey

I am origanaly from MD, the eastern shore. The Chestertown area. I am assuming you are around Elkton.
Yes that is a bird house between the trees and bird bath.


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey

You guessed right. Actually I am north of Elkton, and only 2 miles form Newark. My dad lives in Chestertown. Nice town. Cute bird house!


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RE: My shade gardens in South NewJersey

Small World. My son lives in NewCastle.


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