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September 04, 2013


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Lovely idea! Looks like the next full moon is 19 Sept... Fairy lights and white sheets to the ready! And no cloud please...


Do let me know how you get on Helen (if the rain ever stops)


Great article. And my favorite plant of all for a moon garden is the moonflower vine that opens large while trumpet-shaped flowers only at night and gives off a fragrance like heaven. It is a perennial that dies back in the winter and then volunteers again every spring.


Thanks Alex. Nice idea as well for the Ipomoea alba (Moonflower). Here in the UK it can only really be grown as an annual but I might give this a go next year.


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