By Kim Charles

Peter Bloom from Northern Virginia revitalizes his woodland garden.

 

"Here are a few photos of my revitalized northern Virginia backyard garden. The wooden deck and retaining walls were deteriorating, so we replaced them with a flagstone patio and Pennsylvania dry stack walls. Then we re-planted healed-in shrubs, added new shrubs and a lovely Natchez crape myrtle. I look forward to it all filling out in years to come."

 

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I thought these were fossilized flagstones, turns out they are probably stained dendritic patterns. 

A Dawn Redwood

Resting and savoring it all.

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