My approach to gardening in difficult areas

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  1. Nik

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    Just a test, reloading the pictures from post #24 after they are modified, to see if the pink comes out better.
     

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    Only slight improvement.
     
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    Too bad they ended up on different pages, so are harder to compare.
    You could contribute some of the photos to the Appreciation: - Mold Art | UBC Botanical Garden Forums thread! That forum includes lichens.
     
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    I think I found an angle that finally shows off the pink Persicaria longiseta well. Close to sunset time. (Well, close enough.)
     

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    And here is what it looks like from inside our home office room. These very old panels will soon be replaced with a large sliding glass door. It will be more Japanese-like, I think.
    (Windows badly need to be washed, but I am waiting for most migratory birds to be gone. With clean glass we get quite a few flying into it, sometimes with fatal consequences.)
     

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