Blue Heron landscape Design | Wordless Wednesday – Canada Mayflower!

Wordless Wednesday – Canada Mayflower!

  • Annie Haven | Authentic Haven Brand
    Posted at 18:27h, 18 May Reply

    aren’t those just the prettiest things thank you for the share…How is that veggie garden coming?

    • Scott Hokunson
      Posted at 08:13h, 19 May Reply

      They are indeed Annie! Update on the garden coming soon, not good news, stay tuned.

  • The Sage Butterfly
    Posted at 18:30h, 18 May Reply

    Lovely…white and green go so well together.

    • Scott Hokunson
      Posted at 08:14h, 19 May Reply

      It really does, I agree! A beautiful little native.

  • Monique
    Posted at 10:31h, 23 May Reply

    Love how this plant blankets the rich woodland floor. This plant is a native American headache remedy. Mixed with feverfew and you can calm a migraine!

    • Scott Hokunson
      Posted at 19:36h, 23 May Reply

      Very interesting tip Monique! I do not suffer from migraines, but I love to hear of the connections between our herbaceous friends and us.

  • Bob Scherer
    Posted at 06:26h, 25 May Reply

    It would be nice if it stayed in my woods but it gets all over my garden as well.

    • Scott Hokunson
      Posted at 07:06h, 25 May Reply

      One of the drawbacks of an effective ground cover, eh Bob? In my yard it is taking the place of shaded lawn, where it is very welcome!

      • Bob Scherer
        Posted at 07:26h, 25 May Reply

        I have lots of places where it is welcome but I try to pull it out of superior ground covers such as Mitchella repens and Gaultheria procumbens which also grows at the border of my woods & gardens. It’s tough keeping my mature woodlands out of my garden. Acorns, maple samaras, witch hazel, beech, & pine seedlings, etc. If my woods could speak it would say “I was here first. Keep your sissy plants out. They have no chance anyway.” Maybe it is tilting at windmills after all.

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