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  • Catherine Siciliano

    ✮ White silver birch trees with a carpet of deep rose colored tulips underneath The white birch trees were my mother's favorite tree. I think fondly of her each time I see one. They are very pretty.:0)

  • Maurice Oliver

    May-9-15 But more often than not, metaphors walk in the woods and never once stop to turn over a rotten log. If they are written in margins they appear snout like and pale but nevertheless somehow always know how to swing from tree to tree, without any lessons from Tarzan.

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    White silver birch trees with a carpet of deep rose colored tulips underneath ~ Home & Garden via @BlingBeautique @SolveIt4Life @SmallBiz4Life ~ Get Connected: http://www.SmallBiz4LifeGetsSocial.com

  • Vesna Fae

    White Birch Trees With A Red Flowers Carpet by Katarzyna Drabek

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I really whant an area of the garden with some birches, but with a dark ground, maybe even some black stones.. I think it would create a nice and relaxing feeling.

Snowy White Trees at the end of a dirt farm road look stunning against the gray sky!

'I'd like to go by climbing a birch tree, And climb black branches up a snow-white trunk, Toward heaven, till the tree could bear no more, But dipped its top and set me down again. That would be good both going and coming back. One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.' - Frost

The only beautiful thing about Winter for me is looking out onto my little part of the world blanketed in glistening white beauty.

1. The Angel of the house was pure, but it was a big distraction to Virginia because it did not let her be herself. The angel encouraged only good things, which Virginia did not always write.

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A woodland garden is one of the expressions which are difficult to translate into Danish. Often have I seen the term translated to 'forest garden', but it is not adequate. Anne Just is the one who has translated the best I think. She called it namely, 'a garden in the woods' and it's exactly what it is - Claus Dalby