Gardens are never finished. Plants mature, spread, and, eventually, pass away. Tastes change. Ideas and budgets expand and contract. Even left untended, a garden will evolve and express itself for years.
Keeping pace with a garden’s natural evolution is maintenance. Development, however, means creating new growing spaces and augmenting existing ones.
Once upon a time, the garden stopped here.
A few months later, it looked like this.
From another angle, before.
Now the upper and lower terraces connect.
Augmentation can be done with both plants and non-plants.
A hard to plant space that needs a little color, might get a cobalt pot with matching fishnet float and glass aquarium beads.
Sometimes the garden wants a little relaxing merriment.
Cheryl always keeps her eyes open for things that will enhance your garden’s beauty and style.