Members' Garden Tour June 2, 2013

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Joan Whattam's garden

Now we are across the street.
You can see Guy's red mailbox. The
reds tie in nicely don't you think?

Another view of the same garden with
rock. Note the red trailer just visible
on the left.

This isn't the last piece of driftwood
we will see in Joan's garden

Here is a pale mauve clematis
at the the side of the house.

Joan's back yard is mostly sunny.

I wonder if farmers ever
used milk cans this way?.

Turtles gather at the watering hole.
This pond is low maintenance.

Joan shows visitors her binder of
pictures.

More driftwood with Chinese accessories.


This wading bird is about to spear a
?

This one has a different food source.

This little coot is lying low.

Joan doesn't grow just birds.

Frog on a swing adds a little fun.

Some surprises tucked into a corner.

Driftwood resembles the pitted
stones in Chinese gardens.

A bird imitating driftwood.

Nothing grows at the base of the
tree; a perfect solution. Just be careful
when mowing the grass.


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