Woodland Shade Gardening

Woodland shade gardening with a purpose – pleasure, creativity, rainwater collection!

Wisteria Bed, Part 1

Some of these pictures aren’t a great representation of the bed, but do give perspective to it’s location.  The sunlight is actually falling on the area, behind the forest tree, where I will plant 2-3 evergreen shrubs that will mature to about 2′ tall.  Or maybe I should continue with the drift roses.  They stay low, and that is what I want to achieve.  Whatever evergreen I do choose to plant there will connect the wisteria area to the redbud, carolina allspice and azalea that are in the bed area toward the fence, but before the ‘north trail’ pathway.  I will save that part of the project until next week!  I hope we get some rain soon.  The forecast indicates a probability for about the next 8 days.  A mix of scattered rain, isolated thunderstorms, etc.  Maybe we will get enough to really soak things well, even if it does take a few days.

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