This woodland bed comes alive in spring with Virginia bluebells, from right, tall cinnamon fern and Celandine poppy. From “The New Shade Garden: Creating a Lush Oasis in the Age of Climate Change” (Stewart, Tabori & Chang)
This woodland bed comes alive in spring with Virginia bluebells, from right, tall cinnamon fern and Celandine poppy. From “The New Shade Garden: Creating a Lush Oasis in the Age of Climate Change” (Stewart, Tabori & Chang) Ken Druse TNS
This woodland bed comes alive in spring with Virginia bluebells, from right, tall cinnamon fern and Celandine poppy. From “The New Shade Garden: Creating a Lush Oasis in the Age of Climate Change” (Stewart, Tabori & Chang) Ken Druse TNS

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