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Marilyn’s deer friendly garden through our 2015 work year, photographed from the south end of the gravel path while standing by the back porch steps.  Because Marilyn’s is a wildlife garden and is not a public one that needs to be tidied up in the fall, we leave much of it standing all winter, so it does not end up looking all clipped and shorn.  The perennials and grasses get chopped down in February.

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Here’s our garden bed on the north side of the Depot Restaurant dining deck through the year.  Some of the plants:  tulips and narcissi, Cosmos ‘Sensation’ mix, lilies, Solidago ‘Fireworks’, Coreopsis ‘Flower Tower’, Eryngiums, Verbascum, and hops on the lattice.  How quickly a year goes.  Just before we did this year’s fall clean up, we were dining at the Depot and Allan said we had “just cut the hops down”.  I suddenly had a strong tactile memory of the way the vines feel as I clip them and it did seem we must have already done it this fall and forgotten about it.  But when we went outside after dinner, the hops were still there, so that powerful memory came from a year before and seemed like it had just happened.

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