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The Garden of Passion

comments (0) January 21st, 2014 in gallery
victoriacarleton victoriacarleton, member
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japanese maple and frost
vegetable garden
lower gardens and greenhouse
japanese gardens from the teahouse
front gardens
japanese maple and frost Click the image to enlarge.

japanese maple and frost


This garden is work of passion and love...located in the Slocan Valley of British Columbia. It is a garden of food, fruit, hundreds of periennials and a japanese garden and tea house...twenty three years in the making and includes building the house and six out buildings, many from the trees that were harvested to open the garden area.



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