How to use the color blue in the garden railway

Even trains can get the blues
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Other than the sky, blue is rarely found in gardens. The least-common color for flowers is blue. Even rarer are blue leaves, thus more valuable to gardeners. Blues in the garden range from natural, hazy-blue mountain ranges to man-made Thomas the Tan...

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