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Friday, May 20, 2005

It Worked!!

Hooray! I'm posting pictures. Courtesy of Flickr, I can upload photos to this blog. How 'bout that Dudleya? It's so striking. With grayish-green, finger-like leaves and long shoots of star-like flowers, it is a lovely break amongst more traditional-looking plants. And, as I mentioned before, it is conducive to container gardening. Bees love the flowers. One could also use native Dudleya in a moonlight garden, where the plants all share a somewhat ghostly quality, i.e. they are silvery and shimmer against the light of the moon. More soon!!

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