My Rock Garden


My boyfriend Joe is such an amazing gardener - here are some pics of our rock garden in our backyard which Joe created by carrying each rock individually out of the surrounding farms. Flowers bloom by season something starts coming up in March and ends in October/Nov.
These are some of our lillies
These are some of our lillies
This shows a little how the path curves in our garden
This shows a little how the path curves in our garden
one of the walls
one of the walls
Another Wall photo
Another Wall photo
Another view behind the wall
Another view behind the wall
A faraway view of one half of the rock wall
A faraway view of one half of the rock wall
Some of our flowers in bloom
Some of our flowers in bloom
A little longer view of the blooms
A little longer view of the blooms

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Lynne Burke

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  • Sharon Kavanagh
    on Jun 19, 2014

    That border of stone is to die for. Lucky you and kudos to the boyfriend!

  • White Oak Studio Designs
    on Jun 18, 2015

    I'm in love! Field stone and flowers....my two all time favorites! What a pretty garden and fence you have created, so much talent here! I invite you to visit my blog and garden where I too use fieldstones and perennials to create color and curb appeal. Donna at the Small House Homestead.

    • Lynne Burke
      on Jun 20, 2015

      @White Oak Studio Designs thank you I will check it out and show it to Joe

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