Julie's garden in British Columbia, Day 2comments (24) April 18th, 2013 in blogs
I knew yesterday's photos would thrill you guys! Let's continue our tour of Julie's garden today with this batch of equally fascinating photos. In case you missed it, here's what Julie said yesterday (more info in the captions): "Originally just a grassy patch for the kids and dogs to tear around in, this backyard was transformed into a woodland garden four years ago. I had intended to plant just a few of our favourite trees with an underplanting of ferns. However, a number of very nice perennials and shrubs followed me home from the nursery! Husband Terry did the heavy work and was very patient when I asked to have things dug up and moved, sometimes three or five times. We now have plenty of shade on our small city plot, so the neighbour next door has kindly given over a section of her sunny front yard for us to plant our veg. These garden photos were taken last June after an unusually chilly spring." Gorgeous yet again, Julie! Thanks so muich for sharing your little slice of paradise with us. Feel free to keep sending pics!
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