Woodland Shade Gardening

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

Never throw…

Never throw anything away, if it’s from something you like!  In this picture, notice the teeny-tiny creeping gardenia to the left of the tiny azalea.  The gardenia is almost next to the paver stone wall, with a large khaki leaf behind it.  It was just a little stick of a limb that broke loose when I transplanted the little rescued gardenia behind the little rescued azalea in this picture.  All these items came from other places in the yard where they didn’t get enough moisture and/or couldn’t compete with the tree roots.  They are all flourishing and putting out new growth!  They also are in a little nook that gets the back-up of flood water.  Everything has it’s place for happiness!  And someday this will be a large mound of azalea and gardenias, all snuggled together!


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