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I have had this planted in my Secret Garden (shade garden) for several years. Although I had probably left a plant id tag by it when it was first planted, I have no idea what this plant is.....can anyone help id the plant for me?
I have this coming up all through my flowerbed. Can anyone tell me what it is? I can't find anything online that even looks remotely close. I live in the West Central part of Oklahoma if that means anything...
Gardening is definitely a lesson in patience but also an opportunity to experience the creative process of making an idea or vision into a reality. When I decided to transform my grassy
backyard into a secret garden I envisioned a peaceful retreat overflowing with beautiful flowers and plants. I began the process by using "lasagna gardening" to cover all of the grass in the entire yard. On top of the grass went newspapers and cardboard followed by garden soil and then mulch. Now I had my "blank canvas." For a bit I got a case of "writer's block" (or should I say "gardener's block!) and felt overwhelmed by what I was doing. Where to start? I had an entire backyard to fill. This post is documenting how my secret garden is developing. All the plants seem so tiny! I know that it is going to take a few years before it becomes the garden of my dreams, but I am enjoying it tremendously! Hope you will enjoy watching too. Let the gardening games begin :)
I found this growing in my carrot bed this spring, I let it grow but I still haven't figured out what it is. I shared my vegetable garden with my neighbor last season and I know he planted something late last summer. The simple resolution would be to ask him but he moved. Anyone with suggestions would be much appreciated,