Shades of Green

In Perennial Meadows

Greens in The Perennial Meadows Garden

The mild winter and spring in the Netherlands has triggered everything into growth.

The overwhelming colour is green even though a lot is actually in flower.

Green in its many shades is at the heart of all garden planting. Celebrate it:

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3 Responses to Shades of Green

  1. It’s amazing to me how much the North Atlantic Current moderates your temperatures in northwest Europe. I am located in Michigan at about 42 degrees North and we are just starting to see a few green leaves emerging from the ground in our area.

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