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Metasequoia 'Miss Grace' & Hydrangea quercifolia


Metasequoia 'Miss Grace' & Hydrangea quercifolia (Metasequoia glyptostroboides (Dawn redwood))

Finally finished the front of the house! I used sandstone for the edging and used natural redwood mulch because it breaks down fastest (the soil needs the nutrients). The oakleaf hydrangeas are 'Sikes Dwarf' (left) and 'Little Honey' (right) because I thought the size, texture and color would look nice with the dawn redwood. Normally, I'd have used the same type of oakleaf but I wanted to mix in several different colors here.



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It will look wonferful after few years Rkwright.

24 Oct, 2012

 

Thank you! A lot of the plants in here aren't in the picture but are still pretty small. I hope it will be pretty when they mature more, especially the weeping dawn redwood.

24 Oct, 2012



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