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Friday, March 4, 2016

OUR HEDGE


Planning and caring hedge is an interesting thing, so challenging...
After reconstuction, We have a tiny space to realize a row of hedge on our garden.
These are the simple progress of our hedge on our front yard.
The beginning...



This was on January 2013.
A row of Bunga Tapak dara (Catharanthus roseus) and Bunga Pukul Delapan (Thurneria sp).



The Vinca  have taller on March 2013.
I planted Gandarusa varigata (variegated Justicia gendarussa) from cutting.


This was the hedge after pruning on September 2013.
Mixing so many plants as hedge.



And here was the hedge on March 2014, so dense and colorful...
Lots of flower...


This was the hedge on January 2015.
So cheer with so many foliage, especially coleus.


This was the hedge on May 2015.
A beautiful sunny morning with so many plants are growing healthy as hedge.
Colorful Coleus looks so awesome side by side with Cassava plant and Celosia argentea.


And the last was the hedge last month on a cloudy day.
Different time different atmosphere different beauty...

16 comments:

  1. I love your coleus as a hedge, Endah. The next to last photo is lovely.

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  2. A wonderfull little hedge of plants I only can grow in the greenhouse, sigh.....we had frost this early morning after heavy rainfall yesterday, ever so bad for our garden plants.

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    1. We have heavy rainfall along the week. So bad for our garden, lots of broken branches and leaves.

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  3. That's interesting way of creating a hedge.

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  4. Lovely selection of plants for a hedge, I especially like the coleus and I have just sown seeds indoors for some coleus to have outside this summer.

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    1. Actually it's the simple way to collect coleus on my tiny garden. Simple placing...

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  5. That is a beautiful hedge! Much more interesting than so many British hedges which are just evergreen!

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    1. Yes, here, we use to grow evergreen as hedge too, I love to grow some perennial with colorful foliage. They are more interesting!

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  6. The beautiful garden, fantastic fence.
    Greetings.

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    1. Thank you, Lucia. Have a wonderful day.

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  7. what a little cutie in the second photo. Beautiful way to make a hedge..inspiring to me. Enjoy your lovely country.

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  8. That's transformed edges from 2013! They look so beautiful in all those years!

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    1. Yes, needs long time from edge into hedge... :)

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