Immediately we’re visiting with Invoice Ziebarth.
I dwell in Duluth, Minnesota. You used my photographs within the GPOD two years in the past (A Backyard Filled with Artwork and Flowers). I now have been gardening at this house for 25 years. I’m 75 years previous and have expanded my gardens in 4 areas for subsequent 12 months. I’m submitting photographs from spring to fall.
Stunning azaleas (Rhododendron hybrid, hardiness varies by cultivar) bloom within the yard.
The view from the deck contains roses blooming in pots and, to the left, a giant weigela (Weigela florida, Zones 5–9).
I’ve an annual backyard tour for my pals. I name it a Backyard Occasion. I’ve cookies, lemonade, and water. I even have a guitarist/singer performing in my gazebo. My gazebo picture says “100 12 months celebration.” That signifies my 75 years of age and 25 years of gardening.
My 1906 trash can is topped with New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens hawkeri, Zones 10–11 or as an annual).
‘Eyeliner’ lily (Lilium ‘Eyeliner’, Zones 5–8) is a hybrid of an Asiatic lily and an Easter lily, which give it nice vigor and perfume.
A bumblebee stops by the backyard for a meal.
Pink geraniums (Pelargonium hybrids, Zones 9–11 or as annuals) and black candy potato vines (Ipomoea batatas, Zones 10–11 or as an annual) develop from my backyard shed window field.
Grapevines (Vitis sp.), Wisteria, brown-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia triloba, Zones 4–8), and gloriosa daisies (Rudbeckia hirta, Zones 3–7) greet guests at my entrance gate and fence.
Pinky winky hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Dvppinky’, Zones 3–8)
This final picture exhibits the yellow leaves of a Forsythia within the fall in opposition to the inexperienced moss on a rock by my fence, which is sculptured to go over the curve of the stone.
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