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Landscape beds planted nearest the home's foundation feature Interrupted ferns, Himalayan birches, highbush blueberry bushes and Japanese white pine.

Landscape beds planted nearest the home's foundation feature Interrupted ferns, Himalayan birches, highbush blueberry bushes and Japanese white pine.

Smells of fresh pine and summer barbecue.

White Pine Pine, Fir and Spruce – used to invoke The Lord of the Greenwood. A powerful cleanser when added to a herb mixture as needles.

YEW 'DUKE GARDENS PLUM'  Cephalotaxus harringtonia is a compact YEW that grows to 3-5 feet with dense, dark green, needle-like foliage. A great selection for sun or shade in foundation plantings. Deer resistant and drought and heat tolerant once established. Slow growing but worth the wait.  Zones 6-9

"Duke Gardens" Plum Yew for shade/part shade one or two of these behind exsisting evergreens in corner.

Pine table legs, purchased at a local antiques market, were cut down to size to form the base of foyer benches.

Foyer Pictures From Blog Cabin 2012

Pine table legs, purchased at a local antiques market, were cut down to size to form the base of foyer benches. Plywood and trim form handcrafted seats.

This is a place to post photos of what is blooming in your garden. This is the thread for May 2011. My intention is to start a new thread each month. To view previous months April 2011 March 2011

This is a place to post photos of what is blooming in your garden. This is the thread for May My intention is to start a new thread each month. To view previous months April 2011 March 2011

window boxes - these are great!  The colors would be perfect for my house since it's kind of a creamy yellow!

What this person said! "I love black shutters with black window boxes and offsetting them with soft white and green leaves and flowers.

nicotiana, petunias, creeping jenny, white cleome, verbena and (?) what are the dark and light purples near the nicotiana?

nicotiana, petunias, creeping jenny, white cleome, verbena and (?) what are the dark and light purples near the nicotiana? Would be perfect in our new backyard planter box off the porch

Horsetail reed- Loves water, swampy soil, loves sun, tolerate some shade. Fast growing to 3-4 feet, spreads underground if not contained. a great container plant.

❤ Equisetum fluviatile - horsetail reed❤ Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

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