Route 3 Box 3 Garden 2005
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Front of house with flagpole

Old log with morning glories (will bloom in the fall)

Steps near log going to creek

Another view - still under construction

The Preston Memorial Garden

Front of house - morning glorie, tall phlox, hollyhocks

New tool shed

From golf course

Mystery vine on trellis (seeds from Jean Helt)

Another view

Cold frame on old well house pad

Propane tank screen - jasmine and malabar spinach with lemon balm and lantana

From the street, you can't see into the big garden

Between golf course and big garden - small sage and wildflower garden

"Sisters are Forever" sage garden

Entrance to hidden garden - chimenea and zinnias

Old green chair and zinnias, echinacea, strange little moss plant

Basil and sunflowers opposite green chair

Moonflowers at other side of entrance - bloom at night and stay open in the morning, then shut up tight

Wow - single big sunflower - some are 10 feet tall

Variegated colors and sizes of sunflowers

In the back of house on new patio, cooking area under construction

Entrance to lower "Japanese Garden" on creek bank

Steps down under construction

"Landing" on creek bank - tons of soft packed gravel behind retaining wall came down the shute

Another view of landing

Zinnias again - these make people slow down and look

There's a butterfly in there!

This swallowtail is our state butterfly

Closeup of Preston marigold

Rudbeckia closeup - also known as black-eyed susans

Closeup of blue salvia

That's all for now!