While it is cold and icy outside, I am thinking about the June garden the those who are coming to visit. I have several groups coming this year. Sharing my garden and my garden experiences are two of my life’s greatest blessings.
Early June is the bet time to see my garden as that is when the Old Garden Roses and the Rugosas put on their show! This year will be extra special as I have a lovely young lady who has agreed to be my hostess. Campbell is a beautiful 11-year-old budding gardener with grace and enthusiasm. If you come to one of the tours this year you just might meet her.
Here is an article I published last year when I had “open garden.”
The month of June has been filled with friends in the garden. Yesterday marked the final “official” tour that was planned. For most of the tours I was present and able to be the tour guide, but there were other days when the garden was “open” for select groups to come and enjoy while I was not here. On those days I just left ice and lemonade so they would feel welcome and feel they could linger.
It is amazing to see your garden through the eyes of others and to sometimes have the privilege of hearing their story.
Through this season …
I have had the privilege of seeing my precious grandson’s face as he got his first real look at the fish pond as I held him.
I have had the privilege of seeing the sparkle in the eyes of a 3…
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