Monthly Archives: May 2008

Pseudopanax lessonii

ARALIACEAE, The Ivy family I first saw these in england and recently noticed that Xera is growing them. Some have luscious purple leaves but are pretty hardy. It’s surprising, given their houseplant-like texture.

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Sunrose

Helianthemum ‘Cheviot’ CISTACEAE, The Rockrose family Yes, sunrose has been the plant of the day before, twice, but it’s too luscious. It’s that time of year again: the walls and rockeries of gardeners-in-the-know drip with the sublime contrast of the … Continue reading

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Garden Time TV

The VaVaVa Bloom event at Bridgeport Village was featured on Garden Time TV today, and I was on to talk about my design for the display garden. See the video clip here.

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