Gayle's Historic Garden

See what Gayle's Garden looked like in the past:

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Some great details about Gayle's Garden:

This garden with its structured wildness is extremely low maintenance and uses little water. The plant selection was based on attracting, feeding, and sheltering birds, wildlife, butterflies and insects and is designated a Wildlife Habitat. The pond has a low energy filter system. No pesticides are used and only natural fertilizers and compost are used which have turned the hard clay to rich soil.

Here is a partial list of plantings:
Trees: Sequoia, Liquid Elm, Japanese Black Pine, Japanese Maple
Vines: Red trumpet vine, Passion flower, Carolina jasmine, Boston ivy, Creeping fig
Water Plants: Water lilies, Water Iris, Watercress
Shrubs: Carolina cherry, Texas privet, Ceanothus, Pittosporum, Manzanita, Rosemary, Miniature fuchsia
Plants: Cranesbill, Iris, Salvias, Milkweed, Nasturtium, Tigridia, Stag-horn Fern, Tillandsia, Anise, Thyme, Tarragon

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