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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

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mlc

Wonderful awesome moon garden. I am very envious. I've always thought I would like one, because we are out and about late at night so often and I think we would enjoy it.

Randy

Very neat, these gardens are unlike anything I have seen. KUDOS for your creativity.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Thanks for the comments and compliments. We spent (still spend) as much time and effort on the hardscaping as we do on the plants.

Randy — you must have a big pond if you were out in a canoe. Those butterfly (dragonfly?) photos were amazing.

Erin

What a beautiful story. I love it. And the Yin-Yang garden is remarkably calming, even when just viewed in photos.

Lisa at Greeenbow

This is marvelous. I have often wanted a rock garden I could rake but I decided it would drive me crazy wishing it looked perfect. I like your lantern too. I thought it was a cairn. I would love to see a photo of it lit.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Erin and Lisa — it is a calm space and you can see the pattern in the gravel when the sun hits it late in the day. That's usually when I am at the kitchen sink; an unplanned effect but perfect!

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