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Monday, March 28, 2011


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Julie Siegel

love this red portrait of Linda! important visual point, how the background green better shows off red twigs.


Beautiful! This is what I strive for in my garden as I grow as a gardener. Early attempts at design completely ignored structure and framework, bowing entirely to the siren song of beautiful blooms. I'm fixing my mistakes, slowly but surely, and trying very hard to remember this lesson as I design new areas in the garden.


Wow! the red osier dogwood that grows wild around here is red, but nothing like this brilliant color.


Are you sure the gardeners have not been busy with the spray paint?

Lisa at Greenbow

Look at you. You fit right in with those beautiful red twigs.

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