We're headed back to Pennsylvania again today, to visit Bill Goff's garden in Pittsburgh. Bill says, "I really have two different perennial gardens, both occupying the same space. The late May/June garden is full of pastels and cool colors, like pink and white peonies, deep blue Siberian iris, and purple Allium 'Globemaster'. The July garden has more hot colors. With all the rain and warmth, my perennial border is bursting into bloom.
    I am a retired from a Presbyterian Church where I worked as Organist and Director of Music for many years. I love being a Master Gardener and I enjoy my two French speaking groups here in Pittsburgh" What a lush, beautiful garden, Bill. I love the concept of having two different gardens in one space. It certainly does change personalities from one month to the next. Well done!

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