While I was gardening

The art of gardening and the science of life.

The highs and lows of last summer.

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Last summer was one of our worst seasons for food production – as in, almost nothing produced!  Some good tomatoes, great lettuce, but most all other crops failed.  I attribute this to the unpredictable and erratic  temperature swings.  But on a positive note, some ornamental plants bloomed better than ever before.

Here are a few of my favorite pictures:

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Styrax japonica,  Leycesteria formosa, Eucryphia x intermedia, Panicum virgatum14199190_196794727406407_5319200539289833520_nAndropogon gerardii in front, Caryopteris and Physocarpus in the background.


Author: dphare2014

Horticulturist, Lead Steward Carkeek Park Demonstration Gardens, Author

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