last day of March 2012
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, Plant Portraits
and tagged Aeonium 'Zwartkop'
, Echeveria glauca
, Euphorbia characias 'Silver Swan'
, Kalanchoe pumila
, Nicotiana alata 'Lime Green'
, Papaver setigerum
, Pelargonium 'Splendide'
, Salvia chiapensis
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Beautiful pictures! I’ve never grown Euphorbia ‘Silver Swan’–how does it compare with the vigor of the straight species?
Between you and Loree, I’m getting more excited about my trip to San Fran this summer…you’re adding to my list of “must-sees”! That shot of Cornerstone Sonoma made me stop in my tracks…stunning!
Kristin, this euphorb is really vigorous for a variegated one. They’re all short-lived, and these won’t seed true of course, but that gleam is really something for as long as it lasts. About 3 feet high and as wide now.
Scott, so excited you’re making the trip. Check out the back pages of http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/ for other places to visit, eat, stay, shop, under Resources I think