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November in the Pacific Northwest

Nenita Franck's shares a November view of her Oregon Coast garden with us!

"My garden in November in the Pacific Northwest. From Gleneden Beach on the Oregon Coast with temps in 50-60's, some sun, rain, clouds, and crisp air and winds."

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  1. perenniallycrazy 11/10/2015

    Luscious! Thanks for sharing.

  2. wGardens 11/10/2015

    Beautiful! Love the Hemlocks for the backdrop of your plants.

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    meander_michaele 11/10/2015

    Lovely pictures, Nenita. I had no idea that there was a variegated leaf rhodie. What color are its blooms?

    1. nenitafranck 11/10/2015

      purple I haven't had much luck with blooms. I've had to move them to various locations for more direct sun, Thank goodness for the beautiful glossy, colorful leaves. They are lovely......will have to try some fertilizing.

  4. NCYarden 11/10/2015

    Whoa!...a variegated rhododendron - Sweet. Looks good with that maple too.

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    Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 11/10/2015

    So fresh. Love that fuchsia!

  6. GrannyCC 11/10/2015

    Love the luscious forest as the backdrop for lovely plants.

  7. schatzi 11/10/2015

    Gorgeous! There are few places more beautiful than the Pacific Northwest.

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    LindaonWhidbey 11/10/2015

    Love the way the bamboo in the forest catches the light and adds a bit of softness. We may have to find some clumping bamboo and give that a try. Thanks for sharing your lovely garden.

    1. nenitafranck 11/10/2015

      My bamboos are non-clumping and they are rescued. They aren't too invasive as yet. I've had to dig some out. I have them where it's drier and with heavier dirt. I really enjoy them with our strong winds. They are similar to some of the ornamental grasses.

  9. sheila_schultz 11/10/2015

    The bamboo in the hemlock forest is lovely!

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