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planted 1 to replace rhodie that died of drought. This drought lover grew fast! looks sensational blooming in front of the fresh maple leaves.

planted 1 by front door, 1 in new terraces, 3 behind house.

Planted 2 in 2006 and 3 more in 2008 in thugs garden
Loves summer drought, clay soil.

This planting is in the here and there garden .

Planted.

Latest Milestone Reviewed

Quantity: 11

Plant Ceanothus Ceanothus 56
Variety Dark Star 10

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pic not showing up.. u may need to go tweak some flickr settings :)

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

the link was and old link to an old picture and i have the free flickr account that only displays latest 200. I’ll take a new picture if it ever stops raining. the photos for the other dark stars are still showing

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

I honestly can’t currently see any of your pics for the other dark stars, either. Do I have to go over to your Flickr to see them? :)

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

no that probably wont work. I know, I’ll post a photo again!

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

Wow, this is breathtaking! :)
Makes me a bit nostalgic over having lived in the Pacific NW- I had this in my garden there, but had to leave it behind when I moved.

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

but you live in paradise now!

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

LOL, sort of. Too long a story for this medium… it isn’t always such a paradise for me in a few ways. Main problem being that the economy here is currently worse than almost anywhere in the USA I’ve ever been or could go to, (yes- even worse than Calif. But maybe not as bad as Puerto Rico or certain areas in FL)
Some cities which are awesome to vacation in, are nevertheless a real pain to try and reside in due to very high cost of living and other factors. I hear that Las Vegas and Paris also fit in this pattern, and Paris in particular has been challenging and costly to live in for a good, long time. One of several reasons why I’ve decided I gotta read ‘The Paris Wife’. :)

Posted on 30 Mar 11 (over 5 years ago)

che meraviglia!

Posted on 18 May 12 (over 4 years ago)

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