Our neighbor's yard

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  1. dooley

    dooley Super Garden Turtle

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    Front yard next, I hope.
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    Okay, after several tries, I think I have them. Dooley
     
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    Pinkiered The Rose Queen

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    Hey that bottem pic is the tree I was talking about that grows here as a weed. I think I have one growing in my yard!

    I live his yard and all his garden friends!
     
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    prairiefeather New Seed

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    The fourth pic down reminds me of my blue spruce, hoopsi, that I moved away from. :{ I miss them! I love the mimosa, too. I left one of those too, which I grew from a seed. *begins to pout* Your neighbor has a fascinating collection of stuff!
     
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    dooley Super Garden Turtle

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    He does and if you don't look close you miss something. Dooley
     



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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    You could spend all day looking at all the fantastic things in your neighbours garden Dooley - tell him we think it's wonderful!!!!
     
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    Hank Seedling

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    Eclectic whimsy, for sure.
     
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    Primsong Young Pine

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    Look at all the gee-gaws! So many I almost didn't notice the plants, heh. So much more fun than a neighbor with nothing but a huge swath of perfectly manicured, blank grass hedged in a row of arborvitae (like I have by me) - does their personality reflect that whimsy?
     
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    Frank GardenStew Founder Staff Member Administrator

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    I could spend all day just examining everything in that garden. :D It's unique that's for sure!
     

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