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Re: My garden

> Chris, great photos.  What I really love about your plantings is that, even
> though you have some very special, new on the market plants that can stand
> out, everything combined looks natural and very "at ease", not contrived.
> Well, pots on the steps have to be contrived - they don't get there on their
> own - but the general feeling is very comfortable.

Thank you!  That's a very nice compliment.  :)

> Re Heucheras - mine tend to get sparse rather than fill out as the years
> progress.  What am I doing wrong?

I don't do much for them, but I've found that some are more sun tolerant
than others.  The biggest thing that I do is 're-seat' them in the spring 
if necessary from frost heaving.  They also get a little sprinkle of
10-10-10 around the base in the spring.


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