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Friday, September 1, 2017

September Tour 2017

Front Garden

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

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8 comments:

  1. Good to see a post from you. Your front garden is coming right along. Your forest is always amazing to me. :-) I just loved all of your sunflowers!!!!

    Have a great holiday weekend ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Thank you! The sunflowers are really tall this year and this is their time to shine. Thanks for visiting.

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  2. I always enjoy your pictures of your beautiful gardens. I was wondering what you put on your pathways to keep the grass and weeds down....We used wood shavings back in NH but I like the looks of what you use. LindaLee

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    1. Thanks for visiting. Our paths are a mix of cedar mulch we buy and wood chips that we get free from our city's mulch site. The area tree trimmers that chip the branches dump the mulch at the site especially after Christmas when the city offers a free Christmas tree collection. We love to get those cedar chips.

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  3. Wow-things are looking terrific! You must have gotten a tad more rain this summer or you've been very busy hauling water!!
    The containers look great and personally, I think BY LAW every garden should have sunflowers. They always make me smile.
    Have a great Labor Day weekend.

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    1. Thank for visiting! We did get more rain this year which helped a lot. Actually above our average for once. Sunflowers should definitely be required here. I am in the Sunflower State. :-)

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  4. You look wonderfully well organised, not at all like my September garden! Are the cedar chippings scented?

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    1. When we first put the chips down, it does smell like Christmas in our garden.

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