I love a garden road trip. Collecting and reading books on my destination, closely checking the map for potential side trips and scouring the internet for those little known gems not yet written about in books is quite enjoyable. Unfortunately, I cannot travel as often as I like. So, I decided to take a garden rip a tad closer home. Click here to read more.

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Comment by Denise Doyle on October 4, 2010 at 11:02pm
Wow, what beautiful pics. I especially like the last one. I can see why you enjoy going for walks/runs in your neighborhood.

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