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Wednesday, January 04, 2023


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Kris P

That was a tumultuous year, Linda! I hope the city's project this year isn't overly disruptive and that you have plenty of time to enjoy your own garden. For now, enjoy your winter downtime as you dream about the changes or modifications you want to tackle in 2023.


You were certainly busy. Thank you so much for allowing us to tour for the Fling; the attendees really appreciated it. The people in the tea house photo are Cat Jones and Lori Daul.


Hey, that's me in the teahouse! I'm pretty surprised that nobody else really stopped to sit down & enjoy the view in there-- it was really lovely and calming and we enjoyed the craftsmanship that went into the space.

Your garden was my hands down favorite thing I saw at the Fling and it felt like a master class in having and executing a vision and planning and planting design. I haven't stopped thinking about it since. Thank you so much for having us!

Linda Brazill

LORI — Thank you for those lovely comments. Glad you know about my blog as that way you can keep up with what we're doing. Though I think this year will be much quieter. I want to spent less money on plants and less time working in the garden and more time enjoying it. 

danger garden

I was going to ID your teahouse visitors but I see that Beth did and Lori commented. One of my biggest regrets of 2022 was that I didn't get to see your garden on the Fling.

Linda Brazill

LOREE— ​If you ever make it to Chicago (or Milwaukee or Dubuque) you can drive over here.

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