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Thursday, October 27, 2016

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Lisa at Greenbow

This would be great for one of those small garden Pinterest posts. You two certainly were not inoculated against the gardening disease. I love that big tower. With that big tall house behind it it looked quite at home in that small garden. It looks great in it's new home.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — That obelisk sculpture really taught me about the concept of scale in the garden. That little garden was the perfect size to learn on.

Jane Miller

Loved seeing the photos of your garden on Spaight, what a beauty in a contained space. Have you ever been back to see what it looks like now?

Linda from Each Little World

Jane - There have been at least three owners since we left. Also kids, two big dogs, a hot tub and a fence (I think along the driveway), so I imagine our garden really doesn't exist anymore. Luckily I have a whole album of photos from the garden.

Loree / danger garden

Oh yes...I am loving this! That first image is just wonderful, we all start somewhere and your little plot looks well loved.

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

What a fantastic post. I love it. I really like the path!

Linda from Each Little World

Erin - >Great experience for me laying a herringbone patio and Mark cut bricks, limestone and made it all level. Just a perfect size for experimenting and learning.

Susan Adler Sobol

I remember when you posted some of these photos years ago! Nice to revisit!

Beth @ PlantPostings

This is great! I love these before and after posts! And Mark was right: That obelisk is perfect in that spot.

Barbara H.

Oh gosh, here I am late to the party again. Your first garden looks delightful and the second garden is an amazing transformation. But the best was yet to come!

Linda from Each Little World

Susan and Barbara — You are among the few who read those early posts. Thanks for sticking with me!

Peter/Outlaw

Thanks for the great gardening retrospective post. I really enjoyed seeing your former gardens and am inspired to someday dig out photos of my former gardens to do something similar.

Linda from Each Little World

Peter — Always fun to look back. Finding the old photos/slides is the hardest part.

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