Creating Garden Tapestries

For those of you who attended my presentation at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, yesterday afternoon, here is a nice link to the book I mentioned:
Ken Druse: Natural Companions.

Isn’t this a glorious way to select colors for your garden?

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  1. David says:

    G’Day! Mary,
    Thanks for the info, Lannon is a type of stone that has a rich and interesting history. The stone was originally located in the area that is now referred to as a city located in Southern Wisconsin. This city derives its name from a man of the same name who came to this area of Wisconsin in the early 1800’s. There is a widespread legend that this couple saw the rocks laying around on the ground in an inviting manner. They felt as if the rocks were urging them to construct a home from them. The native rocks were then referred to as “Lannon Stones” based on the legend of Mr. William Lannon. Here, we will learn a few exciting features regarding this special stone, as well as the benefits of using this unique stone.

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