Wonderful Night for a Moon Garden: Varieties for Low-Light Impact

| 3/6/2020 10:12:00 AM

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On some days, fun seems to be in short supply. Most of us are busy scratching out a living one way or another, while we're passionately working hard to lighten our footprint on this beautiful earth. But that doesn't mean that we shouldn't plan for some enjoyment along the way.

Summer seems to fly by so quickly, yet a warm, moonlit night is very conducive to doing something fun. If you have some yard and garden space, or know someone who does, why not start planning now for having a moonlight dance party?

I'm a big fan of full moons, and when I started doing public presentations as part of my official Master Gardener training, I became intrigued by the idea of a moonlight garden. Such a garden features light-colored flowers that capture and reflect the moonlight. After pondering this idea further, I came up with the concept of a movable moonlight garden, and wrote a book about it: Dancing in Your Movable Moonlight Garden (available now for e-readers and in print when the graphics and photographs are ready.)

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