How people make their yards one-of-a-kind, is amazing. At a regional Garden Writers Association tour held in western Michigan last summer, Cami Geschwendt, a professional landscape designer, showed her private suburban yard. Trees, perennials, flowers and sculptures are dominant elements in her design. Let’s take a peek:
Among the pansies, a sculpture container wears a hat of lavender.
Art specimens and plant specimens are accented with Japanese shrub maples.
A fairyland of trolls play among toadstools at water’s edge.
Her son’s metal sculptures contrast with stonework and moving grasses and tree foundation.
A pond reflects a tipped rusted truck, angled with water flowing down from the driver’s windowless door. This yard is truly one-of-a-kind!
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