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Sephy

Welcome to my Cryptic Dharma ☠🧘. Gardener for 14+ yrs now in the NW, with an itch for poisonous, unusual plants. (*Adore passiflora growing/breeding)

Saxifraga

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Denise16

Wow 😍

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jso11

Oh wow, lovely 💜

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cazstaks

Wow looks amazing!

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Sephy

I adore this lilly pot of me wee nanny's with its saxifrage carpet 😍👌👍

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gjones

Those are so pretty💖💕💖

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gjones

That's really an attractive plant!

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Sephy

There soo pretty swaying about in the breeze

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gjones

Theses are so pretty!

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gjones

That's so pretty!

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Sephy

I'm very happy with these this year, special for me too as the lillys are my nan's who now can't garden because of dementia/old age. The combination is perfect as the foliage on the saxifrage insulates the bulbs and help retain moisture well (usually without it these bulbs dry the whole pot out in no time without nightly watering on dry days)

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gjones

Very pretty

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Sephy

Help me identify this plant please #plantid

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