Picture This Photography Contest: Final Revision

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Bouteloua gracilis-courtesy of High Country Gardens

Bouteloua gracilis-courtesy of High Country Gardens

As we get this first month of  GGW’s  Picture This Photography Contest under our belts, we are learning as we go. So, here are the final revisions and rules.

1. The deadline will now be through Friday, April 24th. So, if you haven’t yet entered, it’s not too late!

2. When first posted, Saxon had asked for a single photo. I inadvertently said that participants could send in more than one. I will hold by that rule BUT please limit your choice to 3.

 I know that all of you (including me) are salivating over the prize: a collection of 8 agastaches from High Country Gardens.  Good luck to all! You are one wild and talented group of gardeners and photographers!

Fran Sorin
The 10th Anniversary Edition of Fran's classic book, Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening, has recently been published. Updated with a new foreword by the renowned author, Larry Dossey, M.D., it has dozens of endorsements from renowned spiritual, gardening, and personal development authors and experts in their fields. A graduate of the University of Chicago with Honors in Psychology and One Spirit Interfaith Seminary, Fran is a renowned gardening expert, passionate gardener, deep ecologist, inspirational speaker, ordained interfaith minister, soul tending coach, and CBS Radio news contributor. See less Google+ | LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
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Town Mouse April 22, 2009, 11:42 am

Wonderful. This is just how I garden. A good idea. Then a revision to a good idea. Some input from a friend and another revision….The results are more fun than if the landscaper puts it in ;->

Town Mouse—you responded to the wrong post. Send it over to Steve’s post on Design Lines :) Fran

Nan Ondra for Ting Ting Miller April 26, 2009, 12:54 pm

A photo entry from reader Ting Ting Miller, of cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum):