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Report From An Opinionated Gardener – August 31

And mine has been way to crowded this month. Not my landscape, you understand, but my life’s garden. My son’s wedding, a wonderful GWA symposium in Indiana, hurricane cleanup and getting ready for Jesse and Maya’s wedding in September. Not to mention the regular writing/speaking/radio/garden center gigs that provide funding…

So apologies to all who have come to this blog over the past few weeks and been disappointed that I haven’t updated more frequently. I do intend to post more often in the days to come. In the meantime, here are a few pics from the GWA meeting in Indianapolis. For those of you who haven’t gone to this mid-western city, I have these words of advice: get there soon, and go to the art museum. It is a WOW experience.

More soon, I promise.

The cutting garden is a color riot.

I found myself returning to the Garden For Everyone (handicapped accessible) throughout the morning. Extremely well designed and appealing for all senses.

I seldom see the tall Patrinia scabiosifolia used in a formal landscape. Very striking here.

It's appropriate that Robert Indiana's design is a focal point at the entry to the museum. And yes, I love it.

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