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Week 23: 23/19/19

Division and diversity: A gardener’s tale

In the garden, diversity is the way to go. I love peonies, but a whole yard full of them? Glory-be would break out in late May, last two to three weeks, and then... nada. I love white flowers, and have even toyed with the idea of creating a moon garden in a corner of the back lot, but... only white? …

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bright red-orange-yellow sunrise over distant hills and woods; moving towards foreground are green meadow, a wood-fenced paddock, small field with stubble, and a two-rail fence with evergreeen and leafless deciduous shrubs in front of it and flanked by fallen brown leaves; framed on left side by foreground evergreens and on right by oak tree with many brown leaves remaining on it

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