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video of our cottage garden with music

Posted by granneeeeannie 6b Delaware (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 16, 13 at 12:40

Our casual cottage garden with ponds, veg. garden, some berries and garden "art". We had to fence the back yard to achieve any sort of garden due to herds of deer. We still have groundhog issues.

And weed issues. I do all the weeding and am continually behind when the weather gets hot. At that point the flowers and weeds have to fight it out and may the best one win. You'd think I would have at least put the hose away, weeded, and dead-headed before grabbing the camera, but....I hope you enjoy my little video anyway and music by two of our grandchildren.

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  • Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 23, 13 at 8:28

Awsome video! When I started gardening I grew perennials, then also grew a lot of hostas and daylilies. After watching that I'm convinced I should go back to growing perennials. Great job on both the video and the garden. Marg

RE: video of our cottage garden with music

Just beautiful.......thank you for sharing it !

With the musical accompaniments and the artistry of the garden itself, it was like a peaceful meditation.

RE: video of our cottage garden with music

  • Posted by titian1 Sydney, Australiae (My Page) on
    Thu, Nov 28, 13 at 15:11

I did enjoy visiting your garden. Loved the paths winding through, the colour, butterflies, leaping fountain, and the backdrop of trees. Also the accompaniments by your grandchildren. Utterly charming, thankyou.

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