At the moment Sue Hughes is sharing a good friend’s stunning backyard.
I’d wish to share the attractive backyard of my neighbor and good friend Dana Kline. I spent the day in her backyard together with her and her canine Hadley and thought it will be enjoyable to share my images of it with different gardeners on Backyard Photograph of the Day! Dana’s backyard is within the historic Schenley Farms neighborhood within the Oakland part of Pittsburgh (Zone 6b). She began this backyard in 2004, and it’s always altering with the seasons. These images are what July appears like, and as you possibly can think about, spring, autumn, and even winter every has its personal seasonal highlights.
With Dana on the backyard gate, an enormous trumpet vine (Campsis radicans, Zones 4–9) arches overhead.
Wanting down the trail into the backyard, lots of easy hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens, Zones 3–9) line the trail to the fitting. I really like how lush and full the plantings are.
This view of the backyard from the patio is completely framed by the gorgeous iron work.
Potted geraniums (Pelargonium hybrids, Zones 9–11 or as annuals) relaxation on an architectural piece turned backyard artwork.
The backyard pond has stunning iron work over it to maintain out raccoons and pests.
Hadley the canine likes watching the fish and frogs safely on the opposite aspect of the iron barrier.
Lush, overflowing backyard beds are framed by a neatly trimmed garden and hedges.
An vintage pedestal makes a centerpiece within the backyard.
An attractive rose reveals how the flowers change in coloration as they age.
Dana and Hadley are having fun with the home and the backyard.
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