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Ligularia 'japonica'

comments (2) January 7th, 2009 in gallery
Satisfaction Satisfaction, member
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This is the lower end of a large raised bed on a downhill slope at the woods edge.  It ranges from full shade to full sun.  The Ligularia 'japonica' stops traffic most of the day.  Though it wilts dreadfully for about three hours in the afternoon sun, it thrives there.



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Comments (2)

Satisfaction writes: Thanks for the nice comments. We did develop the wall ourselves from field rocks from nearby farmers. The highest part of the wall is about 3 feet graduating to flat near the upper end. Posted: 10:06 am on January 9th
J_CoolGardenThings writes: Very beautiful!

I love the pedestal planters in the front. They blend in so nicely.

Did you develop the wall part yourself? Posted: 12:20 am on January 8th
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