By Kim Charles

Jim Nulty and Hugh Stephens give us a taste of their woody plant selections and more. 

"Our property in Fennville, MI is a conifer laden sandy dune just 4 miles from the east coast of Lake Michigan. We take advantage of the sandy, acid soil by planting Rhododendrons, Azaleas, etc.  Rocks and natural mulch define the walking trails throughout the 25 acres. Other sunnier portions of the property are dedicated to restored Michigan prairies."

 

 

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Gardens stretching into restored prairies.

Rock gardens

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