Today’s photos are from Liz Barry in North Bend, Washington.
She says, “I love gardening as a hobby and also work part-time as a gardener, I own my own small business gardening for about 10 customers. These are some pictures of my garden shed during various seasons.
“My garden shed is about 4 years old. The part with the little windows was a shed kit from Home Depot that I put together with the help of family members. The addition was put on by a carpenter friend and we used many recycled materials, such as an old door I had in the garage for almost 15 years, windows from my brother’s house, a sink from a customer of mine that remodeled their kitchen, old counter tops and cupboards from our remodeled kitchen, and decking from a display taken down at a building supply place. The railing was made from old fence boards and apple tree twigs, and the lights on the posts are old glass insulators.
“I put in the little stream and pond about a year and a half ago. I have planted various trees along the stream….hinoki cypress, green laceleaf Japanese maple, copper beech, Korean fir, and mountain hemlock. There are also various varieties of variegated hostas, sedums, and grasses. It is a delight to look out the window of my garden shed at the stream to see the various small birds that come to take their daily baths, birds such as dark-eyed juncos, black cap chickadees, house wrens, and even the bigger red robins.
“The last photo is of my little granddaughter in front of my garden shed.”
Beautiful, Liz! I think I could move right in!