Members' Garden Tour June 10, 2012

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Third Garden: Mary Jane de Koos

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We did have some visitors.

Campanula in front.
These are a pain to deadhead.

The privet hedge on the side put on a good show.

Let's follow the path to the back.

A shady bed between the garage and ditch.

This is hosta Mignonne, bought on the bus trip.

Behind the garage. In the middle of
the impatiens is an epimedium.

View along the back fence from under the chestnut.

This little campanula is called Birch Hybrid.

And this one is Poscharskyana.
They look the same.

Here is Siculum;
in flower it droops, but the seed pods are erect.

Clematis purpura recta

I have to show you this hanging on the garage wall.

We finish with the mock orange.


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