Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Foliage Followup

It's Foliage Followup!

Acaena 'Blue Haze' and Sedum 'Angelina' in the recycled concrete wall

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13 comments:

  1. Your new approach of featuring just one photo for ggbd & ffu is intriguing...and such fine photos they are.

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  2. Are single photo posts a new trend? I like a single photo and text better than those posts where if you want to read the text you click to read -- who thought of that?

    Now what was I about to say? Oh, yes. I had to look up the two to see the difference between Sedum acre and the more refined 'Angelina' -- I have the wild one. Yours looks great on the Urban Stone wall.

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  3. Liking your one photo post to the meme, simple but effective!

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  4. I think plants growing between rock crevices is one of the things I like the most. It looks great!

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  5. Planting my stacked walls has been on my "to do" list almost since we moved into our current house - yet, I still haven't got the job done. Your's looks off to a good start!

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  6. The wall plantings are looking good!

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  7. Your wall is such a great feature of your front garden. Love the way the plants are growing out of it!

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  8. Your Sedum looks great with the urbanite.

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  9. I love the wall and gravel...the sedum are a nice contrast!

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  10. They say less is more and in this case, you've hit the nail on the head :)

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  11. Rocks and plants are such a lovely juxtaposition. Two thumbs way up.

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  12. I love that sedum and have it growing in my rock wall too

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