Once upon a time we were given the opportunity to visit a very special place in Southern France.
This garden was created in four years with lots of love, patience, and hard work. It is located in the Sand Hills of South Carolina.
This Garden is something special. It is Ronnie's
Her love of gardening is expressed by her son, and she has loved gardening for more years than I am going to reveal.
Enjoy these pictures and the story by one of her six children.
Happy Birthday, Ronnie.
This is a native woodland cottage garden, basically created in three years. It came from great challenges of clay soil, erosion, hot temperatures, and drought conditions.
This garden is located in a part of Canada that is Zone 4. Cold, chilly, and only 90 days of gardening. The glorious color, diversity, and full production is achieved by no accident.
Tip: Children's wagons make great traveling miniature gardens - especially in the early spring - for lettuces and radishes. Pulling in and out of the garage for protection from cold nights.