Barbara Paul Robinson’s “moon garden” in her garden in Washington, Connecticut, is designed to be viewed from an upstairs bedroom window at dawn and dusk. Instead of the white blooms normally used in moon gardens, Barbara uses yellow. Glowing flowers and golden conifers with bold shapes in strong, geometrically-shaped beds stand out in the dark, while a trickling fountain brings the sounds of the night in through the window. **This garden was featured in the October 2007 issue of Fine Gardening***
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