Part 1: Tia Scarce from Edmonds, Washington, updates us on her latest garden that is chock full of colorful objects and beautiful plant combinations.
"My previous garden was featured on GPOD a few years ago, and now that we’ve been in our new place for a bit, I’m thinking it’s looking mature enough to show other people. We downsized dramatically in 2014, losing the lawn and gaining a hillside jewel box with a view of Puget Sound. It’s difficult to photograph much in these cramped spaces—the backyard is only 15 feet deep—so I’ve highlighted some plant combos and objects acquired through the years. My garden club visited recently, and they were very kind with their comments. I hope GPOD readers enjoy it, as well."
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