Laura's garden in Connecticutcomments (16) June 19th, 2013 in blogs
Continuing on in my neighborhood, today's photos come from my dear friend and neighbor Laura Allen's garden. Laura and I spend tons of time in each others gardens, swapping ideas, ooohing and aaaahing over our newest endeavors, and lending a hand when just two won't do. We swap plants, share tool recommendations, and brainstorm on design ideas together. I love her garden. It's homey, personal, and beautiful. I have to give a shout-out to her husband Bruce, too. He built her a gorgeous pergola last year (I need to get good shots of it all lit up at dusk before we share it with you), and is always up for a new project, even when he jokingly blames me for putting it in Laura's head! He eventually forgives us, and then feeds us something scrumptious off his grill. Enjoy!
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***One more thing.....have you always wondered what your fellow GPODers are like in person? Never thought you'd get a chance to meet them? Check this out.... While the GPOD isn't officially a taunton forum, it's close enough, and I wanted to extend the invite. Anybody at all interested? I'd be willing to search for some gardens to tour...
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