Today's photos are from Jo Busha in Vermont. Jo says, "These are photos of various parts of my garden in June and in the fall. I have lived in this house on 10 acres in central Vermont for 37 years and have had a vegetable garden all that time. I got serious about the flower gardens about 15 years ago. The main area of the flower beds was a sheep pasture for a few years and then a football/soccer field for my kids. I have been filling it up slowly with shrubs and flowers. Like most self-taught gardeners I have learned along the way and have revised and reconstructed several beds over the years." I love gardens that evolve as needs change. Yours is going in a great direction, Jo. It looks great! I especially love that long edging of lady's mantle in the second photo. Dreamy! Thanks so much for sharing.

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