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When my wife and I inherited her mother's gardens, we were determined to put our own imprint on them, but just as determined to preserve their historic elements. That included the beds bordered with rocks my mother-in-law had gathered from various areas of the U.S. while on family vacations. I'd been wanting to expand on the rock theme but couldn't quite decide how. Then I came upon the perfect solution. I found a head.
Quincy, FL (Zone 8b)
Dec 2, 2015 9:49 AM CST
|And ambitious to do something myself. I love gardens that do this and one of my favorites is Brookgreen Gardens in Murrell's Inlet, SC near Myrtle Beach. The walls of poetry and sculpture throughout the gardens really is good for the soul. Definitely worth a trip any time of year.
“Because we all share this planet earth, we have to learn to live in harmony and peace with each other and with nature. This is not just a dream, but a necessity.”
― Dalai Lama
Dec 19, 2015 1:25 PM CST
|Thanks for reading my article, Barb, and also for the tip regarding Brookgreen Gardens. Best--Larry
Gardener was the label imprinted on me when the souls were handed out and so be it. --Margaret Roach (Thank you, Sharon!) Notes from the Garden: Articles of interest on all aspects of gardening
Cottage-in-the-Meadow Gardens: Come on in and take the tour! Check out the photos!
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