~A shady courtship~
Vegetation muscles in
on fair Astilbe.
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Thank you 🙂
Beautiful plant. Love the haiku, Sarah. 🙂
They are beautiful plants, and ones that I didn’t know existed until Mister introduced them to me this year and bought three plants for the garden. They come in white and various other shades of pink, too.
I’m glad you love the haiku, Sylvia 🙂
I am not familiar with this plant. Thank you for the lovely introduction!
My pleasure 🙂
Astilbe likes shadow. That big lad is a good match 🙂
Yes, they are very happy together. My other two Astilbes, that are in the bright sun, haven’t done nearly as well.
You can replant them to the darkest place where nothing else would grow.
I might do just that, and swap them with some plants that aren’t thriving in the shade.
I have seen them in the forest parks where the sun doesn’t shine at all.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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