Today's photos are from Peach Michael, who says, "My hubby, Rick, and I live in the borough of Millersburg, Pennsylvania, in USDA Hardiness Zone 6. We have a .16-acre lot. Since we don’t have much space, we make the most of it. We do the square foot method of gardening. We’ve been here for 35 years, but didn’t completely landscape the yard until our 3 kids grew up. Before that it was their playground. We have mostly shade. I love hostas, and have about 18 varieties. We have slate and brick walkways throughout." Peach (awesome name!), this garden looks so timeless and shadowy, full of secrets in such a wonderful way! I love it! And I'm a huge fan of bits of salvaged metal…..we are kindred spirits.
For those of you attending the Northwest Flower & Garden Show this week, we'll meet for drinks and revelry in the lobby bar of the Sheraton right after my talk at 3:15 on Wednesday! Maybe 4:30? I'll be the one holding nametags and a pen….and please forgive me in advance. I am HORRIBLE with names….but I can't wait til we all get to meet in person!
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