Joe understands that a loved garden is never finished. 

"Attached are  a few photos  of other areas in my yard taken last year and earlier this year. The pond has been in place for about thirty years. The azaleas to the left of the pond were brought here from Georgia by my mother  in law. The area with the bleeding hearts, sedum, var. solomons seal etc. floods but the plants handle it well. Unfortunately the redbud shading this area  died & I had to remove it. I moved the astilbes that were in this area. & several of the ferns. A purple crape myrtle replaced the redbud last fall.There is one picture of  the yellow/blue garden at approximately one month. The little girl with the bouquet is Sophia, my granddaughter. She cuts bouquets every visit."

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