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As part of the rebuilding of the landscape in 2010 after once spruce tree fell during a blizzard and another had to be taken down after the nameless hurricane, the border planting bed at the side and front of the house was extended from the weeping cherry tree to include the mock orange. In the space between them, the landscaper planted three mountain laurels. These are shade loving, lovely plants that will have nice flowers later in the season. Here they are.
After a week or so, they've taken root and started to grow.
Two of last year's mountain laurel got trampled (probably by deer). I replaced them in April 2011 with two new ones, of a different variety called Little Linda. Here they are just after planting.
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