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User Image sheriannricherson Posted: Jan 16, 2018 4:10 AM (UTC)

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User Image homesteadbrooklyn Posted: Jan 16, 2018 2:36 AM (UTC)

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Pachyphytum compactum gives me shivers. Look at her geometry! Like the facets of a 💎 gemstone!
User Image willshiregardens Posted: Jan 16, 2018 1:17 AM (UTC)

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Pulling a 'Wilson' here behind this Rheingold arborvitae. These look great in winter with their bright-orange foliage. They really do stand out in the landscape.
User Image simonsaysgarden Posted: Jan 15, 2018 11:17 PM (UTC)

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My segment on @gooddaysac - Garden To Do List For January and February is on my Facebook page.. Link in bio! #gooddaysacramento #sacramento #gardeningadvice #gardentips #theplantlady #norcalgardening #wintergarden
User Image carlogabrielegardens Posted: Jan 15, 2018 10:58 PM (UTC)

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Ciao! I am back!

After a frenzy spring and a one month trip to Italy I am again on my desk, crying all my tears! Lol, not true... One of the most incredible things I visited in Italy was the largest maze in the world, near Parma. It's a labirinth of Bamboo hedges owned by Franco Maria Ricci, Italian publisher of rare art books.
It's a seven hectares garden built around the main foundation building, where the large art collection of FMR is showcased.

I obviously got lost in the labyrinth...
User Image briggsnurserytreeco Posted: Jan 15, 2018 9:27 PM (UTC)

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For more color, consider filling the bare spots in your garden with cool weather annuals. These include pansies, snapdragons, Iceland poppies, and kale.

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