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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Still In Edmonds: The Harrison/Clough Garden

From the front of this garden located on a cul-de-sac, it was not possible to guess what lushness lie around back. This garden had wonderful use of space and a sloping lot.
 A winding brick path brings the front plantings up close.


 Around the side of the house a honeysuckle covered arbor leads to the back yard. 









 There are so many interesting little "rooms" in this garden. 

 This cute shed is just that, a shed, but what fun!


 There is much beauty in this garden.

12 comments:

  1. It is such an inviting shade garden.

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  2. I was most impressed with the shed, very nice.

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  3. Beautiful! I love the lushness, but I live in the desert and couldn't afford the water bill to keep it all alive.

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  4. I too love all the little "rooms" in the garden. Thank you so much for sharing yet another lovely place with me. :-)

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  5. Another pretty garden. This one got even more beautiful as you walked. I'm still hooked on the garden you showed us a few days ago with the cute little chicken coop in the back. I want on just like it!

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  6. Nicely done and those Peonies are stunning:)

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  7. One term you used really raises my understanding of gardening. You used the term rooms. Now I can look at gardening with much added appreciation.

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  8. I could only wish for this lush beauty

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  9. I'm totally impressed. I love it that people are willing to share their beauty with others.

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  10. What a gorgeous place! This makes me want to get out into my own garden and try a bit harder.

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  11. Your photos are stunning. And it feels so good to see all the growth.

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