By Kim Charles Leftover bedding plants I potted up Mary Quigley and her husband have built one outstanding woodland property in the mountains of North Carolina."My husband and I have lived in the mountains of western North Carolina for 17 years, where we have 150 (mostly wooded) acres with 3 ponds, a horse farm, and 2 streams running through it. We have enjoyed having so much space to learn to garden and feel fortunate to steward such a beautiful spot. Visitors invariably comment on how peaceful our place is. It is filled with large boulders and rhododendrons. After years of dreaming and planning, last year we built a walled garden and planted a formal knot. There is still much to do to design and plant the outer beds and surrounding areas, but we are learning so much and enjoying the challenge. This year I started posting a daily photo on Instagram of something on our property, trying to keep track of when plants bloom, as well as learning to look more closely at the world around me. Check it out @mountain_stills on Instagram."Have a garden you'd like to share? Email 5-10 photos and a brief story about your garden to GPOD@taunton.com. Please include where you are located!Have a mobile phone? Tag your photos on Instagram or Twitter with #FineGardening!You don't have to be a professional garden photographer - check out our garden photography tips!Do you receive the GPOD by email yet? Sign up here.Follow us: @finegardening on Twitter | FineGardeningMagazine on Facebook | @finegardening on Instagram Native rhododendrons in full bloom--mid June Our shady pond in front of the house The thyme walk in May The view across the cutting garden to the enclosed vegetable garden and tool barn This north-facing rock wall self-seeded with lamium and ferns David Austin roses. The red is 'Tess of the Dubervilles'. Pink are 'Mayflower', 'Sceptor'd Isle' and an unknown variety. Houseplants' home in winter Houseplants' home in summer Annuals near the front porch View the discussion thread.