Members' Garden Tour June 10, 2012

Page 8 of 8
Eighth & ninth Gardens: Andrée Provost and Peter Shaw
Plus two pictures worth sharing from other gardens.

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Andrée's front garden looks at Margaret's.

The entrance to the back yard.

Another view of the arbour entrance.

This is a view across the back yard.

Ouch. Put on your sun glasses;
the white peony in the sun is blinding.

Andrée is pleased to show her garden.

A magnificent weigela.

Japanese irises in the shade.

The corner lot gives a view of these to the street.

The pièce de résistance is this lovely arching willow.

Now we go across the street to Peter Shaw's garden
We learned that this group of gardening neighbours
get together for pot luck and garden talk.

This is Peter being stroked by his chestnut.

A view into the back yard.

A climbing honeysuckle.

The daylilies against a backdrop of woods.

A small boxed bed for euonymus.

Here are the two extra treats I saved till the end.

Achilla at Peter's neighbour.

From a completely different part of town, Betty Jones's
wisteria which bloomed so spectacularly this spring.
That was a very successful garden tour thanks to all the gardeners.


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