Tim Vojt sent in a series of photos showing his Ohio gravel garden through different seasons. He writes:
I was inspired by Beth Chatto’s gravel garden book to see what would grow in the neglected gravel parking pad behind my 1911 home. It had accumulated a weedy layer of sod well before we bought the house, so I stripped that off, cleaned it up, added stones and the sandstone column, and started planting. I’m constantly changing it up according to my whims and what does poorly or is over-exuberant.
What a great way to turn a difficult spot into a beautiful garden!
Have a garden you’d like to share? Email 5-10 high-resolution photos (there is no need to reduce photo sizing before sending—simply point, shoot and send the photos our way) and a brief story about your garden to [email protected]. Please include where you’re located!
Sending photos in separate emails to the GPOD email box is just fine.
You don’t have to be a professional garden photographer – check out our garden photography tips!
Do you receive the GPOD by email yet? Sign up here.