Recently, we were invited to enjoy an actual tour of some member gardens. In case you missed it, here is a virtual tour of even more. May they delight and inspire you! By the way, if you are experiencing deer/rabbit problems, Myra K. recommends you apply this mixture that works for her:
Into 1L of water, blend 1 egg, ½ c. milk, 1 T. cooking oil, 1 t. dish soap. Place this mixture into 2 gallons of water. Then it’s ready to spray on vulnerable plants.
A glorious clematis shows off in Sandy D.’s garden.
Only Sandy D. could remember this name, Kalmia Latifolia (maybe Myra K. too!).
This unique magnolia, Susan lily, comes from Sandy D.
Enjoy this expansive view comes in Herb. F.’s garden.
A brilliant shot of a brilliant daylily in Herb F.’s garden.
Brenda H. names this landscape as Beauty Bush Kolkwitzia , Diablo Ninebark, Spirea,Nishiki dappled willow, cotinus coggygria ‘royal purple’.
See this climbing hydrangia atop an old apple tree in Brenda H.’s garden.
Herb. F.’s son David took this restful shot from Haddon Hill.
This creeping yellow sedum has found its ideal home outside Jocelyn C.’s garden shed.
Jocelyn C. added this variegated oregano to augment the colorful hostas above it.
Bar harbour cedar has surrounded this courageous yellow shrub rose like a veritable moat in Jocelyn C.’s raised garden.
Jayne C. commented on this inspiring garden view. “The last of my poppies,” she laments.
Bleeding hearts from Jayne C. dangle with precision from sturdy stocks.
This outstanding, salmon-coloured daylily comes from Barb R.’s garden.
This spectacular iris comes for the garden of Sylvia M.
Sylvia M. shares this enchanting vista of her garden.
Brilliant rudbeckia from Brenda H.