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This was taken in one of our landscaped areas, with yellow sedum, a perennial plant that is low growing and spreads well as a ground cover. Actually if you chop it up, dry it out, and spread the dried portions, it will grow more from that procedure. Any bare spots or place other things won't grow well, this is a good solution, as I have planted in rock grouping with this "salad" mixture, water, fertilized and it really did well. The drift wood is hard to come by, but had a friend who gave us this piece. It is unlawful, at least in the state of Wisconsin to remove driftwood from water or beaches! Not sure why, as if it is on shore, it serves little purpose, but the law is the law. I like the combo of the sedum leaves, florets and the weathered wood.
January 28th, 2013
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