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... and absolutely glows when backlit by our golden, low, November sun. These pictures were taken mid-day on November 6, but my camera just doesn't do it justice.
Posted on November 07, 2010 in Plant calendar, winter interest | Permalink
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It is beautiful. Glad I planted that this year. I find my garden is looking better this fall then it did through the summer. Happy for the nice fall we've had.
November 07, 2010 at 08:06 AM
Just so ya know, the ninebark takes a few years before it really starts growing... it feels like it just sits there and does nothing for the first few years and you wonder if somethings wrong. But you will be rewarded in 3 years when it starts to turn into a big octopus of a shrub!
Janice Miller-Young |
November 08, 2010 at 09:32 AM
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