|The garden filled the entire property, the front, side and back of the house.|
This is the front as seen from the street.
|There was so much to see at every turn, not only plants but whimsical|
touches as well. Love the purple chair!
|I should have asked Tom how he keeps these ferns looking so good in sun?|
|This was just one of the bottle trees in the garden. This is along the pathway leading to the back of the house.|
|The back garden is lush with plantings, surrounding a firepit and water feature. An elevated|
back porch to the right overlooks the garden. The focal point is a dramatic Blue Atlas Cedar.
|Tom is fond of Japanese maples and there are several throughout the garden. I also noticed a variety of pine trees. I have always loved pine trees, although I have never planted one. I loved the way there were incorporated into this garden.|
|A beautiful Barberry grows alongside the small pond. Branches of the |
Blue Atlas Cedar hang above.
|A view of the back of the house and porch area.|
|The small pond is surrounded by Japanese maple, spirea, persicaria and lilies.|
|At the back of the property was another building. |
Climbing Hydrangea was growing under this balcony.
|The view from a balcony.|
|So glad we got to see this - it is a great example for plant lovers with limited space! I hope to visit again and get photos at a better time. We were there in the middle of the day, not the best time for photography.|