Nina Eadie shared her beautiful little greenhouse with us yesterday, and when I asked her more about her garden, sent along some beautiful shots of her exterior garden. Her frigid Montana climate certainly hasn’t stopped her from creating a garden paradise.
Our yard is an acre, but we spend most of our time in what we refer to as the ‘dog yard.’ It has the best access to the house, the greenhouse, the BBQ, and both the upper and lower vegetable gardens, and the trees have finally gotten big enough that last year I was able to start a little shade garden. Most of the rest of the yard is planted mostly with evergreens and shrubs, although I’ve gradually been adding some perennials along the dry stream bed.
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