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  1. Jewell

    Jewell Incorrigible Gardener Plants Contributor

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    My garden is quite a mess but with some careful editing I'll share a few gems that are holding their own against the invasive buttercups and other obnoxious weeds. The hostas are looking the best and this area has fewer weeds than the sunnier parts of the yard.
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    June
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    twilight and red October
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    Unknown
    Praying hands and HiHo silver
    Blooms of fig leaf holly hock and jackami clematis is next
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    And a few different hydrangea
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    Now for phlox and something else...
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    Now I'm off to pack for a couple of days of camping at a hot spring to take a break from weeding that will take a year to catch up with.
     

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  3. 2ofus

    2ofus Young Pine

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    There's lots if eye candy there to look at....and I think I'm drooling a little. ;) I love the hosta, but the picture of the holly hock and clematis is beautiful with the contrasting colors! Everything looks great!
     

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