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Four Views of the Coast Garden August 12, 2011

Filed under: Deer,garden design,Garden Profiles,photos — Rebecca Sams from Mosaic Gardens @ 12:26 am
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Isn’t it amazing how physical perspective can change a garden?  Below are four views of the same section of the garden we built on Coos Bay.

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Responses to “Four Views of the Coast Garden”

  1. hoover boo Says:

    That is so elegant. Enjoyed seeing it very much, thanks!

    What’s the orange grass? I can’t identify it.

    • Thank you! I think you mean the Libertia ‘Bronze Sword?’ It is an iris relative from New Zealand. Wonderful plant. It can freeze in the valley’s coldest winters, but it thrives at the coast and in protected spots like the courtyard at Watershed (pictured in an earlier post).

  2. Mom Says:

    Oh, just saw this post. I love the changes I have been able to
    see from the beginning plantings. Incredible. The fullness and color blend and contrast
    are a tribute to your special skills.


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