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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Several End Of March Garden Pictures

Just several pictures showing that spring is underway in the Pacific Northwest.

One flower? Really?
Dear Rhododendron, I suspect that the Arborvitae trees bother you with their roots.
That is why I'll give you one more chance - move you somewhere else.

Weeping Hemlock  - a new addition.

Last year picture
These two metal chairs stood here a couple of seasons with no purpose, just for a look.
I moved them so I could sit on them and face my Terrace Garden. 
Now, I like it! I can relax and not only enjoy the plants in front of me, 
but also plan any needed changes:

Thursday, March 10, 2016

In My March Garden

With spring coming early this year, my garden has awakened and shows new growth every day.
One day, I can look at some spot and it's bare. Next day, there are will be 2-inch stems with leaves at the same place! 
And, if Hosta emerging in early March isn't enough, then potatoes appearing in February are a clear sign of a premature spring!
They grow on the same spot from small tubers left in the ground. 

New Japanese Maple is a gift from a wonderful gardener.
To the right from it, the weirdly looking clamp is my Gunnera manicata. 

Two Bird Nest Spruces at the arch are new in the garden.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Pictures from the NWFGS - 2016. Part 2

Several more pictures from  the Northwest Flower and Garden Show-2016:

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