Today’s photos are from Kielian DeWitt in Montana. She says, “After moving to the Bitterroot Valley in Montana, I wondered if the gardening rules from my home state of Colorado would apply to this colder, northern latitude region. I learned after three years of gardening that the old adage ‘sleep, creep, leap’ was very appropriate. The first year, the plants barely registered life, the second year I saw a few inches of growth and a few blooms, but the third year…oh it was rewarding. The pictures below depict the changes of progressive seasonal flowering and the overall attitude of happy plants! I can hardly wait to see what next spring brings.” Gorgeous, Kielian! It looks like you’ve been gardening here for many, many years. Thanks for sharing your garden with us!
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