Gardening in the Pacific Northwest (Vancouver, Washington)
Of course I know Dee, but had no idea that she had such a beautiful landscape. Wow! I also didn't know that you contributed to that magazine. Good for you!
Mmm, delicious! And great photos too, Phillip, as always.
Very nice so much to see I bet I could spend hours there.... they would have to kick me out :).
Their garden looks fabulous. Great photos.
Hi PhillipI remember you featured this garden once before, it's beautiful, I'm especially taken with thr wooden structure on the second phoyograph.
I love that rustic arbor. What a job...touring gardens and then writing about them. I should be so lucky. Ha... I wish I could purchase the magazine. Congrats for being published.
I love the winding path that doesn't show where it is leading, so much mystery! And the log pergola is incredible. Congrats on getting to write about such a beautiful place. The photos are superb. :-)Frances
What a spectacular garden/yard. I imagine you had fun walking those paths.
Phillip, What a lovely garden~and your photos make it sparkle even more...gail
so beautiful and lush! And I love that birdhouse.
Congratulations on having your article published. Love that log structure. The Hubberts have a lovely garden. Marnie
Phillip, That's a really beautiful garden. So neat and tidy!
That arbor is fabulous! I live close to the beach and am always hunting for driftwood for some sort of similar creation... very cool.
What a gorgeous place Phillip. Congrats on another article in Alabama Gardener. They are fortunate to have such a good writer and photographer working for them.~~Dee
What a well maintained, beautiful garden! You are fortunate to get to visit and take photos! Do you regularly contribute to this magazine? I will have to get a copy.
Spectacular garden! Someone come by and close my mouth! Such beauty, this is the garden I dream of having.
Your garden is a feast for the eyes.I love the blue bottles.
Can someone tell me the origin of the blue-bottles as garden ornament? I somehow missed the beginning of this trend.It makes me think of the racks they use in France for drying newly washed wine bottles.