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Looking lengthwise across the front yard, the dominant feature is a Berkeley sedge lawn. A giant hesperaloe anchors one end near a cluster of live oaks. A broad, curving path of decomposed granite leads through the front garden.

Looking lengthwise across the front yard, the dominant feature is a Berkeley sedge lawn. A giant hesperaloe anchors one end near a cluster of live oaks. A broad, curving path of decomposed granite leads through the front garden.

Solidago_caesia  GOLDENROD, BLUE STEMMED * (Solidago caesia) • golden yellow • 16” - 24"h x 16“w • September - October • Shade-loving favorite nectar plant of butterflies and insects; excellent companion for shade-tolerant fall asters; provides a touch bright of autumn color in the shady garden. S/PS/Sh, NJ, B

Solidago_caesia GOLDENROD, BLUE STEMMED * (Solidago caesia) • golden yellow • 16” - 24"h x 16“w • September - October • Shade-loving favorite nectar plant of butterflies and insects; excellent companion for shade-tolerant fall asters; provides a touch bright of autumn color in the shady garden. S/PS/Sh, NJ, B

Dietes bicolor - Bicolor Iris (I think this is what is at the house.  I plan to keep it but may move it to a different location.)

Dietes bicolor - Bicolor Iris (I think this is what is at the house. I plan to keep it but may move it to a different location.)

Carex plantaginea SEDGE, PLANTAIN  • 6”-10”h x 10”-14 “w • Strap-like, evergreen leaves contrast well with spring woodland flowers, ferns and other shade-loving plants; clumping plant; prefers moist, rich soils. PS/Sh, NJ

Carex plantaginea SEDGE, PLANTAIN • 6”-10”h x 10”-14 “w • Strap-like, evergreen leaves contrast well with spring woodland flowers, ferns and other shade-loving plants; clumping plant; prefers moist, rich soils. PS/Sh, NJ

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