Members' Garden Tour July 12, 2009
Gail and Guy Jacquart's Garden

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The front of the house has very little grass.


Allium gone to seed still puts on a show.

Clematis at the side takes advantage of the sun.

The shady back yard; a place for relaxing.

This banana plant is happy to be outside for the summer.

The pond.

Feeding time for the fish.

The waterfall creates a pleasant sound.

Fish admiring the coleus.

Beautiful lily (It's not out of focus;
it's air-brushed.)

Small blue veronica.

The beauty of pots is that you can move them
around for a new look. This one holds a dahlia.

This huge hosta is beside the driveway.

This elephant palm comes indoors for the winter.
This pot is not so easy to move.

The walk to the front of the house.


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