Marcia Tatroe’s garden, part one

Another beautiful¬†garden; I’ll let Cindy’s pictures do all the talking.

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4 Responses to Marcia Tatroe’s garden, part one

  1. What a treat to revisit Marcia and Randy’s Garden several years ago through Cindy’s magical eyes and your good graces: thank you Bob!

  2. Fabulous drift of Alliums captured by a fabulous photographer.

    • paridevita says:

      Easy way to propagate Allium christophii, which I learned from Dan Johnson’s garden: take the dried stalks, which will not yet have discarded the seeds, and tie them, upside, to a tripod of stakes, and the seeds will fall out over the winter. Or you can just scatter them. There’s a post about it somewhere.

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