Sue's container gardens in Nevadacomments (16) December 12th, 2012 in blogs
Today's photos are from Sue Rogers in southern Nevada. She says, "My husband and I moved from Washington state about 4 1/2 years ago to the southern desert of Nevada. We bought an acre of land with nothing but sage, rabbits, and salt brush on it. We are still building after 4 years, but the need for a garden has driven me to work on the yard along the way. This spring we were able to pour a back patio. We added sod this fall and will continue the rock work during the winter. I'm looking forward to lots of planting come spring. The patio and steps called for some pots this summer so I'm sending some pictures of those now along with a beginning yard photo that will be more complete come summer next year. I think I read that you were still looking for a submission from Nevada so hopefully this will bring you closer to photos from every state." Indeed it does, Sue! I can't even imagine what's it's like to garden in a Nevada desert. You HAVE to keep us posted and send in more photos! Starting with containers was very smart, and they look great! That sorghum is a keeper, too. The seed heads are beautiful.
***States we're still missing: Alaska, Hawaii, Arizone, New Mexico, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi. I KNOW there are gardens in these states.... Send in some photos, people! :-)
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