5/12/2007

The disciple's garden

I take lots of cuttings too. But in potting mix, not oak leaf mold.

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And I have seedling starts everywhere too. Those are perennial lupine.

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I liberated the compost bin from the absurd passion flower trellis.

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And you see I haven't entirely gotten rid of Dahlia imperialis yet. Never too late to plant that one...

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You can just see Acer circinatum in there--waiting a few years to become the dominant plant in this corner.

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Anile, the more I harvest this mustard, the bigger it gets! I usually just eat it in the garden. It's very tasty.

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It's growing with Curcurbita moschata.

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The Fremontodendron watches over the vegetable garden.

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Can I claim my neighbor's climbing roses as mine too? I might as well. No one else will.

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2 comments:

Pam/Digging said...

Your garden is lovely in the springtime. I enjoyed the visit.

lisa said...

Nice stuff! I like how the big plant under the stairs is trying to trip you...bid for attention?