Wordless Wednesday: Regrowing Backbone

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Dianthus superbus.
Cow Parsnip, Heracleum maximum.
Cow Parsnip, Heracleum maximum, as “whisk”.
Stylophorum lasiocarpum.
Campanula punctata.
The willow arbor gets a serious makeover.
Where’s the fire? Smoke tree, Cotinus, with Lychnis coronaria.
Centaurea montana.
Yucca filamentosa.
Still working on the backbone of the garden.

3 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Regrowing Backbone

  1. Beautiful picture of your already blooming Yucca. Your Cotinus looks gorgeous, especially with the Lychnis coronaria. Than I see the yellow Stylophorum, made just a post about yellows and oranges but did not mention the Stylophorum. Somebody gave me that plant long ago and now I have too many, they are everywhere and I hate them, haha.

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  2. Your photos depict a beautiful garden, even if the gardener has been laid up to recover. I love the smokey smoke bush. Why doesn't mine look that nice? And the blooming yucca is the piece de resistance! Take care.

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