Plant Combination #12048→the home & garden in tulsa - part ii

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Name: John
Oklahoma City, OK (Zone 7a)
Photo Contest Winner 2019 Avid Green Pages Reviewer
Feb 24, 2021 1:19 AM CST
In these photos the entry walk plants have been in-ground for 15 or more years. The azaleas put on an overwhelming show on both sides of the entry walk.
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Her Japanese painted fern is one of the largest I've ever seen in Oklahoma. She has very good success with hostas in pots. It all adds up to a very attractive, and inviting, entry garden.

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The front lawn contains a circular bed containing begonias and mandevilla.

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And the mailbox stands within a bed containing Dianthus and a potted 'Alice du Pont' Mandevilla.

On the other side of the driveway a corner bed contains a specimen Hydrangea
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and rapidly developing dwarf Oakleaf Hydrangeas backed by a trellis holding up 'Ramona' Clematis
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Name: TT
MS Gulf Coast
Bromeliad Composter Container Gardener
Mar 3, 2021 9:24 AM CST
This is a very attractive and well-maintained garden! Thanks for posting pretty photos! Thumbs up

Also, thanks for including plant names!
[Last edited by hiyall - Mar 3, 2021 9:25 AM (+)]
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