Members' Garden Tour July 12, 2009
More of Wanda Mitkiewiecz's Garden

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Yes, we mortals were looking in awe.

This angel wasn't singing
but provided the accompaniment.

This beautiful red clematis is Comtesse de Bouchaud.

This clematis is recta purpurea.

The tiny hosta beside the
lily is Lakeside Elfin Fire.

More clematis tumbling over the
fence in the back yard

Beautiful white clematis.

Wanda recycles old footwear.

This fat frog looks like he
just swallowed something unexpected.

Urns with pool shed in the background.

Follow the stepping stones around the back of the shed

to discover the secret trail.

At the other end of the trail, you come
upon the waterfall in the corner.

and the pond.

It's time to leave; here is a last look at the border along one side.


and the front yard.


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