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A Modern Prairie Garden in Poland

Karolina Dziegielewska's garden is an excellet example of a modern prairie garden! We look forward to see what she designs in the spring!

"We designed a large wooden terrace surrounded by modern pond with waterfall. We also created a second patio, which is located deep in the garden. The house has very large windows so the garden views were important. Garden has two views. The first view runs from the terrace to the patio. Both areas conecting the path of the white concrete elements elements. The second view runs, from the living room window to the aromatic place where we can relax and unwind. We planted aromatic plants, like Thymus between the concrete slabs on the ground (when he stepped on it will spread a wonderful smell) and Lavender ( in a big concrete pot). We used light prarie plants: Echinacea, Perovskie atriplicifolia, Salvia nemerosa, Sedum. The garden is not yet finished; we plan to start pond and waterfall ( in the spring) and install a fence with individual wooden poles in various heights."

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  1. PerenniallyCrazy 09/22/2015

    The scapes look airy, bright and streamlined. Can't wait to see your future pond and waterfall and how your garden evolves and matures with time. Thanks for sharing a slice of Poland with us today.

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    HelloFromMD 09/22/2015

    Your location looks dry and sunny so your choice of prairie plants was inspired. Your plants look beautiful especially the double Echincea. That plant packs a lot of color. If you like red try Echincea Salsa. I have had great success with that one. I would like to see the sedum when it fully opens. The flower heads are massive and the plant is so upright. What is the name for that Sedum?

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    HelloFromMD 09/22/2015

    Oh please share photos of your upcoming waterfall and pond. I have been looking into the pondless waterfall for my rock garden. If I can my son to come home for a visit to help me move boulders, it just might happen.

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    meander1 (Michaele ) 09/22/2015

    Karolina, you have such a strikingly handsome house that the bar is high for your gardens. However, your shared comments reveal you to be a person who puts a lot of forethought into things so I know your landscaping will develop in a very harmonious way with your surroundings. You've already made great choices with the sedums, grasses Russian sage and that fabulous double fluff of a coneflower. I like the unification of your sleek plant container shape in the black and white...all very contemporary and sophisticated. Can't wait to see more of your garden as you add to it and it grows.

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    Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 09/22/2015

    Love the house, hardscaping and plant choices!

  6. greengenes 09/22/2015

    Wow, Karolina, this is beautiful! As you will find, A garden is never finished. It sounds like you have some great future plans! Would so enjoy seeing your garden in future posts! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Gordonfh 09/22/2015

    Wanted to show my Cornus florida's Fall colours in my zone 5 garden. Soon the Japanese maple beside it will be changing as well.

  8. karolinadzigielewska 09/22/2015

    It realy nice to read all your comments. With plaesure I will send a
    garden photo in spring, when it will be ready. With pound and
    waterfall. At the end of September we
    will plant bulbs: Tulip,
    Alium, Crocus. I love alium giganteum 'Globemaster' . You schuld ty
    try them in your gardens. They are realy spectacular.

    HelloMD
    it is SEDUM SPECTABILE 'CARMEN', mabye you'll send me a few photos of
    your gorden, mabye I can help you with pond.

    Gordon
    Harris beautiful
    cornus

    Darlings,
    I read all your positive comments and I have smile on my face, thanks
    for appreciation.

  9. Cenepk10 09/23/2015

    Wow !!!!!! So fabulous !!!! Love LOVE Love !!!

  10. karolinadzigielewska 09/23/2015

    Please join me on facebook, and visit my website https://www.facebook.com/Green-Decor-Ogrody.../timeline/... and www.greendecor.pl

    1. Jeff Goodearth 09/23/2015

      absolutely beautiful. such clean lines and sophisticated plantings, it all looks GREAT! i wish i had the restraint to stick with a plan but i always just jam and cram plants in until i run out of room. i tried to find you on facebook but it said page not found :(

      1. karolinadzigielewska 09/23/2015

        Jeff, try again please here https://www.facebook.com/Green-Decor-Ogrody-232658673451082/timeline/
        My website on facebook called: Green Decor Ogrody

  11. thevioletfern 09/23/2015

    This garden is truly a canvas - it is art! I love the expanse and the fence plans are intriguing. Once again I wish smell-o-rama was real.

  12. Annek 09/23/2015

    So well designed and planned. The height of garden fashion!

  13. CJgardens 09/24/2015

    Karolina, I visited your facebook site and your designs are beautiful and some are stunning! Thanks for sharing your vision. cj

  14. karolinadzigielewska 09/24/2015

    Thank you all!, See my work on facebook or website. I plan an english version :)

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