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An Update on my Pruning Experiment from February
Gardens are process and they evolve over time—growing with us, as we grow as gardeners. I often get questions from site users and followers about how I maintain and care for my garden. I've been trying to do more videos that share my design process as I evaluate, edit, and pursue the ongoing refinement of my garden. I hope you enjoy these "behind-the-scenes" videos. Let me know what else you're curious about in the comments below and I'll keep it in mind as I decide what to shoot next.
PART ONE—February 2020
Earlier this year, I shot this video talking through some of the maintenance choices I was making in this part of my garden.
PART TWO—July 2020
The video below shows that same front yard garden area five months later.
Below are links to most of the plants that I mention in the video, part two. Most of the plants mentioned in part one are revisited in the second video, though there may be a few from the first video that I mentioned in passing that aren't listed below. And there might be a few that I mentioned that aren't on the site yet, so keep that in mind if you don't see it below. Also, the link to the ninebark (Physocarpus o. 'Diabolo' didn't want to cooperate, so you can learn more about that plant HERE.
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