Today’s photos are from Vicki Reeve in Washinton state. She says, “These are pictures of our 2-1/2-year-old garden in Olympia, Washington. When we moved here there was mossy grass, a run-down fence, and two dead trees. On the plus side, it had large garden shed which we rehabbed. We also made a rose garden which is home to about 20 roses and a seating area.
“This summer my husband and I reassembled an old greenhouse that was in a hundred pieces. Unfortunately only three of the side walls made it here from Tennessee so we made the fourth wall from scratch. We have planted about 20 trees using Fine Gardening recommendations over the years. The center hydrangea garden utilizes the last plant my mother sent me as a gift before her death in 2008. It is a new garden so it does not yet have the mature plant material usually featured but I think we are on our way to a very nice suburban oasis.”
You definitely are, Vicki! It looks wonderful, and so inviting with all of those beautiful seating areas. Send more photos, and keep us posted in the future, too, please!
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