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Swimming Hole!! Ray Carter’s garden in Leicester, NC
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Memories of Summer.
Ralph Lambert’s garden off Beaverdam Rd in North Asheville..
Guarded by a superb Japanese maple on one side and a weeping blue atlas cedar on the other this garden gate is the entrance to Ralph Lambert’s world of color and design.
Host in the Hostas! Ralph Lambert surveys his shade garden
Anchored by a cascading Japanese maple, Lambert’s rock walls appear to sprout colorful plants.
Weeds think twice before invading Ralph Lambert’s garden with the well place Owl guardian watching.
A Red/white rose accents this section of Lambert’s world of color and design
After cutting down massive overgrown rhododendrons and planting 3 tree roses , Ray Carter’s garden in Leicester was started.
Next came the planting of hydrangea and roses.
Close up of new variety of oakleaf hydrangea. Stays relatively small (c.4′) vs 7-8′ for larger variety.
Ken Roth’s entrance plantings to his home in Leicester, NC.
Ed Smith and Don Ziermann’s vegetable garden.
Stunning garden feature with bird houses mark the entrance to Don Ziermann and Ed Smith’s vegetable garden
A daily visitor laps up the sweetness of pink phlox in Don Ziermann and Ed Smith’s garden.
Beautiful caladiums surround a bird bath in the riverside garden on Don Ziermann and Ed Smith.
Wall Succulents by Ed Smith and Don Ziermann of East Flat Rock, NC