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Fothergilla major, columnar arborvitae, sedums, amsonias, and oak, on a winter morning with new snow and blue sky!
What a pleasure to see this lovely space when coming and going!
I second the comments below, plus the tile pedestal is great too. Very professional looking!
Wow -- go team!
Are you planning on having a garden tour for the other people stationed there who aren't regular volunteers? Or can they visit sometimes?
I love them -- pots and plants and little critters, especially the flowery pig. You must have had a ball!
I want to be notified if you ever have a garage sale!
So peaceful and green! I love the topiary and clipped evergreens -- good contrast to the other plants.
Makes me wonder where I could squeeze one in -- beautiful flowers and leaves. The rock work is fabulous too, and not fleeting!
And what a beautiful stand of bergenia (is that what it is?) too!
Well I like it too -- more gravel will be covered as the plants expand. If you do want to try some low evergreens, I've had good luck (zone 5) with microbiota and erica. Both can change foliage color winter/summer. I think gravel is one of those love it and hate it things. Good plants and weeds both love the drainage. Any ideas on how to keep gravel paths weed-free?
This year I resolve to be much kinder to the worms in my worm bin by feeding them more regularly!
Yellow leaves, blue sky -- lovely!
I like the way the 'cottage' is just suggested by an outline. Maybe if I had a huge garden and this was not my main view...
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