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Wednesday, April 29, 2009


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Lisa at Greeenbow

I said: Ooooo this is a good pathway and the transitional garden is great even with all that shade. I love the big bell. Their sound is so comforting. I can't wait to see the bell house.

Pam/Digging (Austin)

Side yard gardens can be such special places, much more than just a pass-through. You made an inviting, interesting garden out of yours.


I love all the rocks in your garden. I would like to get my hands on some more for mine.


Some gardeners are lucky enough to find rocks buried when they start digging their beds. We never had that happen and wound up going to the "rock store" and buying ours. Fun but a bit crazy to buy rocks!


Man, I've been on vacation or busy, I have to check out the past few Wednesday installments. My favorite feature is the Argillite path. The geometric, yet "hand-hewn" look is excellent. Not sure if I can stomach buying rocks. But I have similar issues with buying ice and paying for parking.

Sarah Laurence

What nice stonework! Fun to see it in several seasons.

Juliette Williams

What a beautiful garden! I came upon your site today, and was so moved by your photographs I just had to offer my compliments.

Driveway Wrought Iron Gates

This is a really beautiful garden. Specially for fencing is good.

Megan Payne

The snow on the stones is a pretty wonderful sight. Heh, well, in any other season they really help make your garden effective!

It's a nice thought, to always have that work-in-progress, never "finished" attitude. Like the plants that grow there, your ideas come to life, changing and improving each time.


Doing research on pachysandra, and landed here, much to my delight. Wonderful things you've done here with your side garden! Nice to see it over time, too.

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