The challenge for more small space garden photos was answered! The first garden (above) is from Lily Jacobi.

"As per your small space challenge, this is a submission for a small space garden I designed and installed a few years ago.  It was an absolutely delightful little garden, full of character and charm.  The homeowner loved it greatly while she was there.  Unfortunately a few years later, the property was sold and the new owner ripped everything out.  So this garden lives on only in photos and memories."

Bonnie from Wisconsin shared her garden outside our new screen house.

Connie sent us a small courtyard leading to the front of a house in a very challenging spot that, among other things, is visited by deer.  The focal points are a fall blooming Camellia at the front door and a Forest Pansy Redbud in a corner.  Shrubs include two Boxwoods (Justin Brouwer and Elegantissima), Abelia ‘Kaleidescope’, and dwarf Nandina.  A Carex is used as edging, and herbaceous Peonies are inserted as colorful punctuations.  

 

Here's another one from Debby de Groot from Toronto (who's 'Right-Sized Done Right' photo last week started this whole discussion).

One more from Debby!

Keep sending in photos, everyone! Whether you've never shared before or you've been featured multiple times, we want to see your garden! Email a few photos and the story behind your garden to GPOD@taunton.com.

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