Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Wednesday Vignette; tiny crevice garden

As you may have realized—if you didn't already know—Colorado is crevice garden central. I was really looking forward to seeing them all when the Garden Bloggers Fling visited Colorado last June.

This particular crevice garden appears to be naturally occurring. Just a plant in a rock crevice, happily growing. It was in the Borland Garden which we'll see more of in tomorrow's blog post.
Weather Diary, Oct 8: Hi 60, Low 40/ Precip .10

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  1. You have to just love the grit and perseverance of those little volunteers that are getting along just fine in such unlikely places. Inspirational indeed!

  2. Nature does it best! We can do little but attempt to emulate it. I tried to simulate nature in laying out the rock scavenged from our former indoor BBQ but the stone, having previously been cut to clad the chimney-like structure, isn't cooperating. I'll probably do more jiggering before I'm through but, ultimately, I'm hoping the plants will mask my missteps.

    1. That sounds difficult, but you're right. Any parts you aren't terribly fond of will quickly be masked by plants.

  3. It looks so perky and proud of itself in that crevice!

  4. First of all, this rock is a gorgeous. The plant settling in and calling it home is just the icing on the cake.


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