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Stone and Hypertufa Container Gardens

Container Gardens of Stone and Hypertufa  Miniature gardens can be very satisfying elements in small personal landscapes. Stone troughs, hypertufa, copper and other non-rusting metal containers are among the very best choices for long term planting. Such things can make ideal small garden beds, but are hard to come by, so I would start with […]

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Long Blooming Plants: Thalictrum rochebrunianum and Other Fabulous Flower Fireworks

Thalictrum rochebrunianum is a Star for the Fourth of July. You can expect Lavender Flowered Fireworks, every year…. Sometimes called ‘Meadow Rue’, or ‘Lavender Mist’, this plant is elegantly vertical. When in bloom, each individual is like a 6’ magic wand, with delicate foliage and perfect lavender sparkles, which fluff out at the top in […]

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