Monthly Archives: April 2011

The pink Bleeding Hearts (Lamprocapnos spectabilis [formerly Dicentra spectabilis]) are going nuts in the garden! You can find them in both the entrance and ceremony gardens, along with their white-flowered cousins (Dicentra spectabilis Alba).  They’re big and beautiful and just spectacular! —David

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Mulched! Ferns (Dryopteris eythrosora Brilliance, to be exact), various Helleborus, some Heuchera, and several other plants just making their way out of the ground. They’re all enjoying the newly-laid cedar mulch. Does it ever smell good out there! Come summer, they’ll also appreciate the 150′ of soaker hose laid under the mulch… I have always loved ferns. […]

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