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We4re0ne

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We had pulled out tons of weeds. Hopefully they were not the flowers. However, the stems all looked the same, so I don't think so.
 
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Tuliptree is start to bloom. Every year amazing because this tree can grow fucking big ( over 20m ) and still have lovely blossoms.
 

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Also our mulleins are something strange. Sandra had take along one little flower from a walk some years back and now we get some of them in some each year. Its always a suprise where they coming out and growing 2.5m and higher.
 

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Also our mulleins are something strange. Sandra had take along one little flower from a walk some years back and now we get some of them in some each year. Its always a suprise where they coming out and growing 2.5m and higher.
we have those to!!, they pop up on our lawn every season so we leave one or two, this year one grew on odd place so i tried replanting it to desired spot but its running late and wont make it :( its so fun when they suprise you. I love those <3
 
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we have those to!!, they pop up on our lawn every season so we leave one or two, this year one grew on odd place so i tried replanting it to desired spot but its running late and wont make it :( its so fun when they suprise you. I love those <3
yes, they growing on places where you think "WTF how can they grow there?!. dry, stone and odd. but they like that and growing still big
 
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yes, they growing on places where you think "WTF how can they grow there?!. dry, stone and odd. but they like that and growing still big
yeah, it amazes me how resilient nature is sometimes. So much will to grow, its an inspiration sometimes really <3
 
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our garden has exited spring and entered summer. We dont have many flowers durig summer, because we like our garden in green tones, but i love the look of colour from your awsome gardens.
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I dont know the name of these, but leaves are now gone and all it remains are seedlings that will be bright red in autumn. edit: we4are found the name below, ty

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we also got a new occupant of ferns and hosta section. its a really wierd plant with bulged hairy leaves. its our favorite already.
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our rocky garden bed is going strong with our old yucca flowering currently as a centrepiece.

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also our hoichera section is growing strongly, with three new varieties added this season, i just love those harty groundcrawlers

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our citrus section with baby plants is probably the only section that LOVES this summer heat. Lemons are in full growth, we have our FIRST BABY ORANGE going strong. That little fellow made us really happy this year and we are cheering him to grow to full size. Also spring weak babies are now really strong plants already growing as fast as they can.
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our figs are growing bigger and bigger for drying and our veggie garden is still holding, thanks to daily watering.

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our hostas section is also doing quite good. two new varieties we added last year are outgrowing and making new growth so they are set for bright future . we just love those beffy leaves.

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and finnaly some summer color here. lavander is doing great, with her sister unfortunately dying through winter. nevertheles she got another sister plant that will go in ground this season. fingers crossed.

I know its far from the form and beauty of other gardens here shown, but still we really love our little green oassis and love working in it, sharing our lives with lovely nature. :)

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oh i almost forgot to mention the king of our garden, our saved cedar that has now trully started to spread and dominate the view, as well as our baby acers are trying to grow as much as they can in their first season of growth. out of five baby plant now three remain, two died put unfortunately, and one is still weak but fighting strong. last two are on a really good path to grow old <3
 
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oh, also love your garden. its so equal to the german plants ( klimazone ) but still different. also having hostas and hoichera and loving them. the cactus ( guess its a prickly pear? ) and the agave are always outsite or are they need to stay inside over the winter??

ohh and very envious because of your citrus plants. i so love there smell when there bloom. just lovely. problem here is they need to get insode during the winter but with a special "colder" player and we dont have that in our house.

also a lovely garden mate. (y) (y) its realy enjoyable and interesting to see lot of similarities but then again many differences in the plants.
 
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