Members' Garden Tour July 12, 2009
Elizabeth Truesdale's Garden

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At the front of the house lilies and clematis.

The gate at the side invites you into the back yard.

The same yellow theme leads us further.

This seedling with unusual leaves is a Kentucky coffee tree.

Two clematis on the pool shed.

The frogs love to play around the small pond.
They aren't allowed in the swimming pool.

This is a new garden.

Clematis, Nellie Mosher.

Elizabeth is nurturing this tamarisk "tree".

Another clematis, ville de Lyons,
with red-roofed bird house.

The small blue flower is anagalis, an annual.

Did I mention that the Truesdales have a pool?.


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