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I finally got the trees eradicated from the shade garden today. This garden has ferns, daylilies, a few roses, peonies (on the edge/gets some direct sun), coneflowers, and others. Now that I've got it all cleaned out of trees, I see some open spots to fill!
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That is all so lovely. I like the bridge hidden in there and the water pump.
Wow PL, that looks REEEEEEALLLLLY nice!
Open spots in a garden - that'll never do!! I'd take Sjoerds advice and get to a garden centre double quick so that you can get them all filled in. LOL Do you have anything in particular in mind that you want to put in now that the trees have gone? Do let us know what you decide on won't you?
I do have my favorite chair by the pond on the patio, and a bench underneath the treehouse. As far as planning goes, I don't do well in that area. Something I don't already have will catch my eye at the nursery (but I tend to have everything they carry locally), perhaps I'll have to shop online. I'll probably divide something, or a neighbor will give me something, and then the spot will get filled!
Your space is so serene . . . lovely.
Lush and lovely shade garden, pianolady. What a place to enjoy and meditate.
Great garden! I didn't know that any roses would grow without full sun. There is a pathway across my back yard that gets about 1 hour of direct sunlight late morning. Do you know of any particular rose that may work?
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