My first - very short - video garden tour!

I have joined the video revolution with this very short tour of my postage stamp garden and just as I began my neighbor chose to open his long ladder....

so here is a brief tour - with sound effects to boot!

The photos below show what my garden loooked like before....

Rocks and soil for mounding and bordering along drystream

 

layout for dry stream that you see in the video



Comments

  1. thanks for the tour - it all looks lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Nice dry stream bed; very nice! And you can go ahead an call it Lysimachia nummularia. We're with ya.

    ReplyDelete
  3. African Aussie - THANKS!
    Susan - you knew I was going to say that and then stopped...thanks for the heads up - so here I go: carex varigata, iris sibirica 'Caesar's brother'and pennisetum alo. 'Hameln' ...I hope to give tours of the more expansive gardens and will share all the names...

    ReplyDelete
  4. Very pretty and informative, as always. Thank you!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Colleen, I try to insert something of interest in every post...thanks for commenting!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Nice video and what a beautiful yard. I'd love to add a siberian iris to one of my beds, especially after seeing yours, but I'm afraid it would flounder in our alkaline soils. Looking forward to more videos.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Love the garden and especially the dry pond. Nice concept and so beautiful.. :-)

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Hi there! I would love to hear from you....

Popular Posts of all Time

Angelface Blue and Dark Violet Angelonia - a Flower that Keeps Giving

'Purple Smoke' - The best Baptisia

Getting in the 'Flow' by Gardening

No-Fail Tips for Turning Hydrangeas Blue!

Repurposed and Recycled - Creative Ideas for Garden Design

My one day Class Wednesday April 16 in NY - Jan Johnsen