I’m Rebecca Cullen, and I have lived in the same house in New Jersey, Zone 7, for 41 years.
Having a passion for gardening has allowed me to continue even with facing this fawn’s never-ending hunger. It wins some of the battles, but I am confident we can continue to coexist.
Beautiful blooming nasturtiums (Tropaeolum majus, annual) fill this basin.
These tall tiger lilies (Lilium lancifolium, Zones 4–8) with recurved, orange petals specked with brown are a classic species that’s as vigorous and easy to grow as it is beautiful.
An old wagon transformed into a fairy garden.
The color of the paint on the house complements the warm shade of the roses perfectly.
A variegated baby sun rose (Aptenia cordifolia ‘Variegata’, Zones 10–11 or as annual) has small red flowers, but the bright variegated, succulent foliage is the real show.
A cauldron filled with plants.
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