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Very creative and lovely environment. So glad you shared it with us.
A favorite garden memory was with my grandpa Earl. I was around five and our family strawberry patch was ready for harvest. It was a hot and humid day in Missouri. Apparently I picked a lot of berries and was very flushed. My grandpa took me to the general store and sat me on the counter. He told the sales clerk that I was a hard garden worker and that I needed a hat. That straw hat was my pride and joy. Strawberries are still my favorite! I live in Oregon now and grow
the long season Seascapes.
You've got spirit and your garden shows it. Bet you enjoy eating those veggies.
Just think, thanks to FG all of us garden lovers are connected.
Thanks for the inspiration. Your garden is helping me along as I work on a new area in my garden.
What a paradise you've created. Thanks for sharing with us.
I love this fairy garden and am curious about the glass garden as well.
Well done. Your garden is lovely. Plants deserve to be rescued.
Wow.... your garden gives new meaning to "rock gardening".
very nice.. you and your wife have created a unique garden... looking forward to seeing the back garden tomorrow... the rock sculpture in the last photo is stunning... Thanks for sharing your journey with us.
So glad Syd, that you shared your garden and your art with us. Wish I could see your art in person.
Way to go Brenda. Just beautiful. I love the art pieces in your garden especially the alligator. Multiple Sclerosis is in my family and I think your story would make a great article for the MS magazine. Many thanks for sharing.
Benjamin you are amazing. All this in only five years. i loved seeing your garden in all seasons. It looks like your place has a nice setting. Beautiful photos too.
Is your garden irrigated or do you get enough water? Hope your garden gives you many years of continued joy.
Beautiful you both are as is your garden and fortunate as well.
Lovely garden. I've taken lots of notes on specific plants. I'll be looking at these photos again. Thanks!
Very nice. Love the recycled parts. I'm going to be on the lookout for a deep fat fryer.
Inspiration... to get me going on my rock garden project. Thanks Tim. Great job all around.
When can I move in?
As meander1 writes, enchanting is the word. I'd love to know the details of the plant species.
What a terrific use of the sculpture. I'm curious if it's by Katy McFadden whose work I love. Photos of her garden would be a treat for FG readers.
On a once blooming rose would you only prune the lateral once each season just after it blooms or can you prune the laterals repeatedly throughout the season without sacrificing next year's bloom?
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