garden Party#2, Solomon’s Seal and Sweet Woodruff

Welcome to the 2nd week of the garden party! I’ll be hosting the party here every Tuesday in May and would love for you to join the party! Dig in the dirt and show off your planties!

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Last week I featured a tried and true favorite, Coral Bells. Combining a chartreuse Hosta with Purple Palace Coral Bells creates a lovely display.  I love grouping plants to create beautiful combinations. The possibilities are endless!

 Laura from Top This Top That shared her GORGEOUS wisteria. Have you ever caught the scent of  wisteria  in full bloom? It’s a sweet scent you won’t soon forget! I can imagine myself sitting here on a hot day enjoying a tall iced tea.

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Back to reality……..This week I’m featuring the combination of a variegated Solomon’s seal and Sweet Woodruff.

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Both plants love shade and are in bloom now. The Solomon’s Seal towers over Sweet Woodruff and makes a pretty combination. I got both of these plants from a neighbor and they grew in and filled the area in only a few years. Now I’ve got plenty to share. Gardeners always have plants they’re eager to get rid of share!

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Underneath this Viburnum is an example of how Sweet Woodruff is used as a ground cover. It filled in this area nicely and I need to rescue the little angel statues before they are completely devoured!

So let’s get started!

If you don’t have anything about gardening or plants to link up this week, come back next Tuesday for another plant party link up and show off your dirty fingernails or green knees.  It’s fun digging in the dirt!

Please link back here in your post. Thank You!  Smile

 

Happy Gardening, Debbie (((xx)))

Comments

  1. Debra- how nice of you to share my Wisteria in my garden!! I am partying again this week and brought my planter! happy gardening!
    laura

  2. Hayley says:

    I’ve just installed 30 landscape plants in our yard ranging from formosa azalea, spirea, knock-out roses, and hydrangeas…but we had a soaking rain and it knocked off the blooms on mostly everything! Love seeing the pictures from the gardens. Dreaming of what my yard will hopefully look like next year :)

    -Hayley

  3. Sandy B says:

    I love Sweet Woodruff, but why didn’t anyone tell me how it would spread! Holy moly! I have to move the other plants now so Sweet Woodruff can have its way!
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