Sue's garden in Ohiocomments (18) May 21st, 2013 in blogs
Today's photos are from Sue Moyer in Ohio. She says, "This is my yard in Milford, Ohio. We've lived here for 37 years and we have used a ton of pine bark mulch with conditioner and compost to amend the soil. Our soil is mostly clay and the after all these years, we finally have great soil. I have flower beds throughout the yard. I think my husband has been encouraging me so he won't have to mow as much. The little pond in the back was my first attempt at putting in a pond and the birds, squirrels, and neighborhood dogs love to get a drink in the summer. I love to mix different shades of greens, especially in the shade garden. The hostas, liriope, lambs ears, Japanese forest grass, and sweet flag make a great presentation. I like adding some interest to my flower beds and adding pots, birdhouses, and a little gnome garden are a few. We are in the process of putting in a larger pond with a waterfall and would love to share pictures when we are finished." Beautiful, Sue! That little pond is especially sweet, and your stone edging is gorgeous! You MUST send photos of the bigger pond when it's finished. Thanks!
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