It’s always a treat to visit John Markowski’s New Jersey garden, but especially so in fall, when his grass-heavy garden shines the brightest. So I was super happy to see his name in my inbox the other day. He says, “I garden in Zone 6B in rural New Jersey and because of the poor soil (clay and wet due to high water table and shale) and deer, I base most of my garden around ornamental grasses, native perennials, and a few evergreens selectively hidden from the deer. Fall is an outstanding time in my garden with the almost daily changes in color of the grasses due to their late season blooms and everchanging foliage colors. I like to think my garden dies well into winter.” It does, indeed, John. Everything looks so, so beautiful!
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