5 May 2011

When A Garden Speaks…. the Conclusion


The woodland garden, which is the highest point of the property is cloaked in majestic coniferous trees. It is here where one finds delightful swathes of Corydalis ‘Blackberry Wine,’ Sanguinaria canadensis, Trillium, Arisaema and a near carpeting of ferns!

DSC_0637 DSC_0628DSC_0632A decidedly formal aspect of the property is found at the woodland’s edge, with topiaries of boxwood as well as a wonderful semicircular stone wall that offers visitors a cool place to rest and take in the beauty that surrounds them.

DSC_0625DSC_0634This is a delightful property that I know will ‘grow and continue to speak to me’ as the seasons progress. I shall post follow up visits as the seasons progress, culminating with an annual garden tour that this magical woodland garden is a part of. Many thanks to D for giving me this once in a lifetime opportunity.

DSC_0642      DSC_0644 DSC_0664 DSC_0665 DSC_0663 DSC_0667DSC_0669DSC_0668


Anonymous said...

D is lucky to have you.

Garden muses said...

I think it's safe to state that the garden is saying and demonstrating its appreciation for your stewardship! Thank you for sharing.