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Joe Landsberger
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Trees through the months |
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In the garden
there are no hours--
only seasons
Joe Landsberger

Virtual Tour of the Leech Goodrich Ground Covers:

Japanese pachysandra (spurge)April 29:
Japanese pachysandra (spurge)

An herbaceous perennial ground cover. Its leaves are evergreen--a tough winter critter for partial to full shade.


Creeping phloxMay 6:
Creeping Phlox


Yellow thimbleweedMay 8:
Yellow thimbleweed (Anemone richardsonii hook).

Thimblweed is a bit unusual. It spreads via rhizomes (underground stems) to form a bit of a mat: I don't know how/where I got it since it is an arctic/Canadian plant.


common periwinkleMay 8:
Common periwinkle (Vinca minor).


Dead nettleMay 11:
Dead nettle (Lamium maculatum).

Lamium can be considered invasive but I like the leaves and it is behaving.


variegated lily of the valleyMay 16:
Variegated Lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis)


Phlox subulata snowflakeMay 17:
Phlox subulata snowflake


Carpet bugleweedMay 25:
Carpet bugleweed (Ajuga reptans)

Slowly replacing my lawn,


sedumMay 31:
Sedum Yellow Stonecrop with Snippet Lime Weigela


Blue Star Creeper (Isotoma fluviatilis)Jue 20:
Blue Star Creeper (Isotoma fluviatilis) with its worker bee.


Blue star junperJue 20:
Blue Star Juniper (Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star')




quote
Gardens are a form
of autobiography.
Sydney Eddison,
Horticulture magazine,
August/September 1993