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Le jardinet
Nstrong I'm a fir believer in feeding the soil, not the plant. Just mulch with an inch of good compost once a year on the root zone.
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Garden Lights Landscape and Pool Development Inc.
Great pick of one of my favorite plants,here is a couple of my shots
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nstrong
Just lovely!
   

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