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Hi there! I LOVE this post!! For some time, I have been wanting to replace my concrete patio with paver stones like these wedged between dirt and grass or ground cover. All of these examples are wonderful!Thank you for your sweet comment over at my place! I'm so glad you like my blog, and I hope you'll be back often. About your question: Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) and Boston ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) are similar-- cousins they are sometimes called, but they are different. One easy way to tell them apart is that the leaf of Virginia Creeper is a compound leaf composed of FIVE smaller leaves. YOUNG leaves of Boston ivy may also be compound (composed of more than one leaf) but will only be composed of THREE leaves, and the adult leaves are not compound but will have three distinct lobes.That may be more than you ever wanted to know about Boston ivy/Virginia Creeper, but I hope it helps! If you would like to see photos of the difference between the two, here is a good article explaining it all with photo links. http://landscaping.about.com/od/vineplants1/p/boston_ivy.htmI hope to talk to you again soon!Keri
p.s. Happy to be your newest follower!Keri
That is a really wonderful aesthetic and I just love seeing all the different ways it can be incorporated. I very recently had some similar paver stones installed in my yard am I am very pleased with the result!
Where is the castle ruin w/ the swans? Reminds me of Ireland. Do you know the location?
Hi there,Sorry, I don't know the location but I agree it looks like Ireland to me too. Cheers,Victoria