Lecture 22 - 03:31 UniqueGardens Moonlightgardens...

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03:31 Unique Gardens Moonlight gardens Wildlife gardens Moonlight Gardens Fragrant night bloomers  Evening flowering plants Reflective foliage White barked trees Fragrant vines and foliage Pale colored stone paths Reflecting pools June and July are best  History of moonlight gardens China, Japan and India 1200s-1400s  Extension of home Characterized by: White silver blooms Pale rocks and paths Reflecting pools
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European moonlight gardens 1900s Sissinghurt Designed by Vita Sackville West Gardens designed to be at finest in July  Outdoor dinning under full moon  Highlighted by silver and white bloomers  Wildlife Gardens Plants with sweet nectar Plants with succulent fruit Elderberry Oregan grape Ornamental flowering apply or cherry  With edible dry fruits Nuts: Chestnuts Acorns  Gingko Viewing/seating to watch wildlife  Insects/butterflies/moths Birds
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Mammals Water and additional food sources  Savage Garden – carnivorous plants Pitcher plants Look like pitcher –slide 1 
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HORTI 120 taught by Professor Paterson during the Fall '11 term at Wisconsin.

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Lecture 22 - 03:31 UniqueGardens Moonlightgardens...

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