Today’s photos are from Judy Burton in Ontario. Judy says, “Here are some photos of my garden in Severn Township, Ontario (just outside of Orillia, which is 2 hours north of Toronto). I started the gardens on the property 14 years ago when I moved here. It was a blank slate with not a flower in sight, and with virtually no trees.
“I now have a couple of acres of gardens and make my living market gardening, primarily selling cut flowers and iris plants. For two Sundays in June, I host an ‘Iris Festival’ where I open my gardens to the public so that they may enjoy my 2000+ irises in full bloom.
“The garden path in the pictures is a garden I started about four years ago, and it is in bloom from when the snow melts (mid-to-late March) to late October/early November. The inspiration for the bird houses along the path came from a Fine Gardening photo many years ago!” So beautiful, Judy! That field of irises is spectacular!
***Tomorrow we’ll be featuring Judy’s fantasic deck and containers–you do not want to miss it. Stay tuned!***
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