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Saturday, 23 June 2018

Hardy Plant Society Study Weekend

presented by the Northwest Perennial Alliance

Soul Garden, Edmonds

…flowering currants and lots of small Japanese maples to flow and weep over the boulders.  Hellebores bloom in winter, and rodgersia send up their plumes of pink flowers in springtime.  This garden was featured in Val Easton’s NW Living Column, April 10. 2015.

Allan’s photo

the front garden

entering the back garden

Allan’s photo


Allan’s photo

Allan’s photo

the kitchen garden, above the little waterfalls

Allan’s photo

an easy path above the waterfall

looking down into the little stream

waterfall (Allan’s photo)

Allan’s photo

the pond

Allan liked the hose reel firmly mounted to the house.

I loathe free standing hose reels; this looks much easier.

at the back of the garden

tour guests consider the labyrinth


I mean no disrespect when I write that someone would find it hard going to get me to walk a labyrinth instead of either gardening or reading a book.  Maybe I should have tried it instead of lurking around the edges.  You can read more about the gardener’s philosophy of labyrinth walking here, beautifully described.

Allan’s photo

Allan’s photo

Fortunately for me, there was an easier path than this.


On the way to the next garden, Allan photographed this seemingly abandoned greenhouse.

I wonder what the story is here.





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