A few snaps from my garden


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Front of house last spring.
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All pruned back now (some removed so I can see snakes) after the summer growth period.
 
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Looks very nice. So what do you do whenever you actually see a snake? Is there some kind of a repellent that you can get to keep them away? It still seems as tho a snake could easily hide in the flowers and if I happened upon one of those poison ones it would be my last time working amongst the flowers! We don't have any poisonous snakes here on the western side of Washington.
 
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That is gorgeous. I love large groups of flowers. I like all the brick and stone too, very nice landscaping.
 
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I had to look up what a tiger snake is. Quite an impressive snake. We have a few poisonous snakes here, mostly copperhead around homes.
 
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I love the pavers .Looks more like a carpet of flowers out front .Must really smell pretty when you sit on the porch and enjoy relaxing time .
 
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Wow, that is a beautiful garden! I don't blame you for wanting to keep an eye out for any snakes though...
 
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