Monday, March 17, 2008

Westies and White Gardens by Candylei

March 16th and still cold out. Sir Salty (our westie) doesn't mind at all because he is a high speed engine, moving continually when we are outdoors. (And indoors too now that I think about it.) We purchased a few trial plants for our white garden. Sir Salty approves of both. One is an a variegated euphorbia, Glacier Blue which gets about 18-inches tall and Heuchera, Key Lime Pie, a beautiful lime-green foliage plant. The politically correct color is "chartreuse," but for the french phonics-challenged we usually say lime. Put some Moonwalk white floribunda roses in the group and it's a hit...I hope.

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