Tag Archives: Donald Culross Peattie

the birch

“As you mount up in the Rockies from the arid and burning sagebrush, into the zone of Pinyon and Juniper, you will see, quite surprisingly, a beautiful little Birch tree that reminds you, as all Birches will, of cooler climes … Continue reading

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the red one

Really, it’s red violet, or close to that. If I had the Royal Horticultural Society Color Chart (only $270 ….) I could be more precise; but red, definitely not. This is new to the garden, grown from wild-collected seed and … Continue reading

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