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Outside my window

Post#1 by RJKD » 26 Feb 2020, 14:46


I have the privilege of looking out my front window at this...Purple Leaf Sand Cherry, a vibrant and attractive looking hedge. Its dark red-purple foliage has a strong presence through spring and summer before transforming into a warm bronze throughout autumn.
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Post#2 by Issabella » 27 Feb 2020, 06:02


Beautiful view Richard. Thanks for sharing such nice pics for us to enjoy them, too.
How good it is that we appreciate what nature offers us. :happy_purple:
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Post#3 by Tom » 27 Feb 2020, 14:28


I'm still looking at snow out my window.
I like Purple Leaf Sand Cherries a lot.
We had -30 F last winter here in zone 5, it killed off a lot of plants.
Might just have to get some of them.

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Post#4 by skinnyhouse » 27 Feb 2020, 14:46


It's one of life's joys to see the world bursting back into life in the early Spring here in the Northern latitudes...
Just watching the first blossoms appear on a small cherry tree.

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Post#5 by oldmangrumpy » 04 Mar 2020, 22:48


Richard - very nice outlook for you; I see from recent football postponements that you have had a lot of rain. At last after some 12 months we had some significant falls locally, about 20% of our annual rain in a week ... just after I had re-mulched the garden. That was a big mistake ... when I scraped back the soaking wet mulch, the ground was still completely dry; looks like I spread it too thickly!!
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