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Pheasant grass pic at night.

kate123

By Kate123


Pheasant grass pic at night. (Stipa arundinacea (Pheasant's tail grass))

Growing very well next to the chimney pot, sedum (gifted by Shirley) and other ornamental grasses and geranium..



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Kate, I am so pleased the Sedum is thriving for you!

18 Jul, 2021

 

I love the wispy feel of this one Kate esp in the nightlight.

18 Jul, 2021

 

Thanks Shirley, it’s doing well..I’ll post a pic when the flowers open. The other one is doing well too, not as far on, but could be the position. Thanks again!

18 Jul, 2021

 

Thanks Paul, it is quite pretty in real life with the lighting effect. You’re right, definitely wispy.

18 Jul, 2021

 

Kate, you're most welcome! :o))

18 Jul, 2021

 

Thats lovely I do enjoy garden lights

18 Jul, 2021

 

Thanks again, Shirley. ☺️

19 Jul, 2021

 

Thank you, Denise. I do like the way lights enhance/ add a bit of artistry to the plants at night.

19 Jul, 2021

 

missed a few pics sorry Kate , very nice . Big fan of the grasses

9 Aug, 2021

 

Thank you, Paul. Me too or should I say my cat is definitely!!!

13 Aug, 2021



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