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Loropetalum chinensis in bloom in late winter when there is precious little color.
Nothing special, but this holly provides some interest in winter when not much else is going on.
Aaaaaggggggh! The two together?! Hideous!
Add new orange hose! Ick.
Posted at 01:43 AM in Flowers, Foliage, Garden design | Permalink
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