Today we are visiting Lea’s garden in New England.
A very magical image of a beautiful garden-it looks like Lea combines all possible shades of green to make this perfect lush image blend together.
This is Lea’s “Moss Mandala”, which is part of a larger garden, which she calls the “Puddle Garden” because it is filled with water for up to five months of the year. Everything grown in that area can absorb moist soil, Survived the floodLea raised the area by 8 inches, but it was still submerged. The moss mandala is composed of Scottish moss and Irish moss (Sagina Subrata ‘Aurea’ and Sagina Subrata, Areas 4–8), although their common names are incorrect moss Instead, tiny flowering plants that mimic the appearance of moss create this beautiful pattern.
A walk through the beautiful meadows of the garden includes Stepping stones Set here and there on the turf. Bury the stones in the ground a little bit to facilitate mowing.
A variety of trees and shrubs, many of which are conifers of different colors and forms, create tapestries of different shades of green as a background.In front, a white flower Spike hydrangea (Hydrangea Spike flower, Areas 3-9) glow against the dark green behind them.
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