June 4, 2011

Everhart Part Two

Welcome again to Glenda's garden! It has been a busy, hectic week. 
Isn't this front door stunning? I love it because not only is the architecture beautiful, 
the white looks so cool and refreshing under the large shade trees.

I love the contrast between the Canterbury Bells and the lush greenery in this shade garden.

I have to be honest, I am not always a huge fan of decks, however between 
the elegant design and the transition between the house and garden, 
this deck is fabulous! Now I want to build a deck!

Can you imagine sitting under this wisteria sipping an icy drink? How beautiful is this?

These Cecil Brunner roses just go on and on and on!
I hope you have a wonderful week!


  1. wanda...this garden is soooo pretty! it looks straight out of a magazine! great photos too! thanks for sharing:)

  2. This garden is enchanting! Thanks for sharing it with us!

  3. What a pleasure to tour this garden! My favorite pastime! Shiree'

  4. Thanks everybody for your kind comments!

  5. Really lovely. All the white is so crisp and refreshing with the green.

  6. Oh my goodness! This garden is just beautiful. I have a question about making those trees twist around the columns. Will they eventually break? Are there garden tools available to help cultivate that look? Let me know. -Janie

  7. Did you mean breakage of the plant or the columns. I would think over time,yes it could cause damage. Wisteria is a very strong, invasive vine that will have to be pruned often.

  8. Wow I really love your garden it just like what I've seen in the late 80's movies.


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