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Wearing of the green

The garden is dressed in green just in time for St Patrick's Day. The shades range from the light creamy green Corsican hellebore flowers to the dark hunter green of tulip leaves. And the varied textures. The interesting chartreuse bell shape flowers of Euphorbia characias sp wulfenii, the unfrilling lacy leaves of Paeonia ludlowii, and the sprawling blue grey lefted Euphorbia myrsinites.

Here is a montage of the March green in the garden.

Spring Montage

Comments (1)

Marta, I LOVE that photo. All that lovely green. The only sign of life in Santa Fe are our Apricot blooms. No green anywhere.

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