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Filling in

Sunday, 01 Jun 08 Cloudy 17°C / 62°F

This guy didn’t do much last year, but it has almost doubled in size since last year, and I’m hopeful that I’ll see blooms this summer. I have no doubt that next year I’ll be complaining about how it’s taking over, but for now it’s finally doing a decent job of filling in the space between some bearded iris and an enormous peony.

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Day 336

Gooseneck loosestrife

Lysimachia clethroides

Front perennial garden


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