Breath… and just take it all in! Nature is a wonderful place to clear your mind and be inspired. In this post, I share an early June in Northwest Ohio Garden Walk.
Early June in Northwest Ohio Garden Walk Video
In this video, I share what it is like to take a stroll out in my landscape early June. Just listen to the bird’s sing…
Garden Walk Highlights
I really love taking walks in the spaces I’ve created with the help of nature. We are so lucky today to have some amazing varieties of plants and shrubs to add to our home gardens. A few of my favorites mentioned in this video are featured below. I hope you will consider adding them to your home garden. Reach out to me with questions if you need additional information.
This beautiful hot pink peony grows on the edge of the split rail fence along the driveway. I started this plant from a root cutting I bought at Walmart in 2014. This plant made it through a driveway construction so it is a super trooper. I am guessing it is a Paeonia ‘ Karl Rosenfield‘. I am horrible with names and only want to keep track of what I grow for documentation purposes. Knowing the names does make it easier for others to find the exact plant.
Coppertina Ninebark Shrub
I brought this beauty home from a garden center tour I attended back in 2006. I NEVER imagined it would grow this big and put on such an amazing show. In 2019 I have 3 of the Coppertina Shrubs growing in my garden in different soil and light conditions. This is one of my ALL TIME favorite shrubs and recommends it to most anyone.
On Facebook, I shared this image of the Ninebark just a week after taking the photo above. Isn’t the red blooms amazing!
Candymint Crabapple Tree
This beautiful tree adds year-round interest to my garden landscape. The Cnadymint Crabapple tree was added in 2015 after purchasing two of these trees from Bench’s Greenhouse and Farms in Elmore Ohio.
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Happy Summer Garden Walking,