We last heard from Karen Cherry in Illinois a little over a year ago (refresh your memory HERE and HERE). Today she's back with a special through-the-years look at one area of her garden. She says, "For 16 years I worked as a graphic designer but that static, two dimensional art seemed to bore me. I crave the challenge of the ever-changing work of art that landscape design is, with its palette of plants as a medium to bring energy, life, and daily dynamics to design. The garden is all about change--dynamic, constant change. This is how one area in my garden that leads to the back of our property has changed." So very interesting to see the progression, Karen. And I am obsessed with how the arches are offset instead of lined up perfectly. It's genius! Thanks so much for sharing.

**** The push is still on--get outside and take some last minute shots, or compile a few you took earlier in the season. I'll be eternally grateful.... Email them to GPOD@taunton.com. Thanks! ****

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