Garden Tours: jmorth: Does this reflect gardeners personality? YES

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By Sharon
May 20, 2012

It's an amazing garden we're touring today, the creation of a man, his plants and his flying friends. We think you are going to enjoy this trip to Illinois. Come join us and be sure to click the images so you can enjoy the full view.

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May 23, 2012 6:12 AM CST
As someone who has the priveledge of working with this gardener and has taken my husband and I on a walk through his "impressive, unique, magical garden", I can assure you that yes, his garden reflects his personality. This is an individual who works hard (and excells) at a challenging job offering help to others, he loves his wife and children and is in awe of nature. He is always on a quest to learn more. He makes the world a more beautiful place. His thirst for knowledge is inspiring. I am very fortunate to know him as he shares his wonderful photography on a regular basis, his passion for gardening, bird, bees, butterflies and moths is uncontained. He lights up when he talks about his loves, his wife, his family, his gardening, his love of all things "rock related" and his photography! He is complex, simple, dedicated, patient and a lover of beauty. Yes......this reflects his personality.
Great work, thanks for sharing your story in this format.
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May 23, 2012 11:07 PM CST
Thankyou Vicki.
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May 23, 2012 11:10 PM CST

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I'm so glad to hear that, Vicki.
It was a pleasure to put this article together.
Great gardens, J! Thanks for sharing.
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