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Dapple

Sancho’s ass. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]
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Butterfly Conservation president Sir David Attenborough said: "The sight of a Speckled Wood flitting through the dappled sunlight of woodland glade is a memorable high summer spectacle.
Physalis is easily grown in virtually any soil, in sun or dappled shade, and just needs tidying in late winter or early spring by cutting the old stems down to ground level.
They leave on their cream And white dappled horses,
Dark scudding clouds fight the light Brooding silence always here As if to hide the dappled sight Stress is felt though never seen Where poppies waving in the breeze Hide the brief and vulgar aftermath, The ghostly breath of days gone by The desperate struggle to survive.
With their glossy, dark green foliage and nodding bell-shaped flowers, bluebells are ideal for woodland gardens, for planting under trees or shrubs, where they will like the dappled shade, or giving lawns some character We are offering nurseryraised bulbs of the true English bluebell, Hyacinthoides nonscripta.
They also look great when planted under trees or shrubs in the border at home, where they appreciate the dappled shade.
Sow summer (round-seeded) varieties thinly from March to May in humus-rich, fertile soil, ideally between rows of tall-growing vegetables to provide dappled shade.
Tubers should be planted in the autumn 5-8cm (2-3in) deep in humus-rich soil, in sun or dappled shade.
Heuchera detests regular watering and does best in dappled sunlight with perfectly drained soil and an occasional soaking.
For Taylor, whose dances she has lit for four decades, she provided the dappled, shaded look of his poignant Sunset and highlighted the tawdry sexiness of his Piazzolla Caldera.
Inspired by the traditional Arab souk and dappled with diffuse light, the street is anchored at each end by points of gravity.
These plants will all want to be in dappled shade and moist but well-drained ground, so they go nicely at the foot of moisture-tolerant trees like Bald-cypress (Taxodium distichum), Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata), River Birch (Betula nigra) and Black-gum (Nyssa sylvatica)--these last two echoing the gold and red shades in fall foliage.