Sharlene's garden in New Yorkcomments (31) December 6th, 2013 in blogs
Today's photos are from Sharlene Spina in Skaneateles, New York. She says, "First I would like to say how much I enjoy each morning, having my coffee and enjoying a visit with my fellow gardeners. Gardeners are truly an amazing bunch of people, so much talent and creativity. Here are a few pictures that will give my fellow gardeners an idea of what my garden is all about. We have lived at our house, which sits on 3 1/2 wooded acres, for 9 years now. My husband is an architect and did a great job with the house, but when we moved in all that surrounded the house was trees and lots of mud. I hated it and I missed my old garden, and I was overwhelmed with where to begin. But I pulled on my boots and started. We just put in a pool this past summer so I will be sending in-progress shots of the landscaping beds that surround that as they are developed." Sharlene, your garden is beautiful, but I must say that I am completely distracted by the GORGEOUS garden shed!! Does it match your house? I must see it..... OK, I know, I got sidetracked. Thanks so much for sharing the garden with us! **Much more info in the captions**
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