Tuesday, June 5, 2007

You can't deny the cuteness...

Syneilesis aconitifolia, 'Shredded umbrella plant', was impossible to resist... "This is a rare woodland plant, native to Japan and Korea... In early spring, the white wooly leaves push through like May Apples." It goes on to say that it gets 18" tall and forms a 2' colony , spreading by rhizomes. It is a total shade plant, so I put it under the Kalmia.

These little sedum babies were pinched off of some sedum I got Jose for one of his jobs... They're waiting for the perfect sunny spot!

“Plant kindness and gather love”

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