Today’s photos are from Alyson Ross-Markley in Redmond, Washington. Alyson says, “Our shady golden garden room faces east. It is adjacent to the Redmond Reserve (home of black bears, cougars and deer). The garden is situated 4 feet above the reserve, so you get a bit of a tree house effect. It is quite magical.
“Our grandchildren love to travel the pea gravel trail that twists and winds through all the different garden rooms that surround our home. The stone sculpture was created by Luke DeLatour. Six hand blown purple glass gazing globes are nestled in the Bowles’ golden sedges… you see the first one as you enter this favorite garden room.” So shady and cool-looking, Alyson! And I love your textural plant choices.
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