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The Challenge of a Hill . . .

Plymouth, MA (6)
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The hill behind our house is quite steep and is basically made up of sand. When I started landscaping it, I had to give each bush and plant its own enormous planting hole amended with lots of compost.

Comments / Q&A

On January 22,2012 homeschoolmom24 said:

"Can anyone help me to identify what the names are of each of these plants?I'm wanting to place them in my yard and need help figuring out all the names."

On March 30,2011 nickyf1 said:

"Love this!"

On March 14,2011 Sam(Sandy) said:

"These are the most beautiful gardens I have ever seen.You are a true artist! "

On June 28,2010 Mark Delepine said:

"You've done so much in so little time. Gardening in drought prone California, I am struck by how green your garden is. Must be nice to get summer rainfall. My favorite photo is the last one that seems to show the lawn in back as I wide pathway between two beautiful borders."

On June 11,2010 Geraldine Dean said:

"I love the transformation ! You took on a very challenging project and turned it into a delightful retreat."

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