White Oak Studio Designs
White Oak Studio Designs
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The Meadow Garden in the Autumn


Our SW Michigan, White Oak Acres meadow garden is in its glory in the autumn. Created using all native plants planted in a loose and wild manner this meadow garden shines in September. To read more about the history of this meadow, visit www.smallhouseunderabigsky.wordpress.com
The long view of the meadow nestled up against the hardwood forest.
The long view of the meadow nestled up against the hardwood forest.
Ornamental grasses form part of the boarder.
Ornamental grasses form part of the boarder.
A portion of the meadow of with the pool house in the rear of this photo.
A portion of the meadow of with the pool house in the rear of this photo.
Golden rod along the edge of this Michigan meadow garden.
Golden rod along the edge of this Michigan meadow garden.
A playhouse for my grand daughters sit in the meadow boarder.
A playhouse for my grand daughters sit in the meadow boarder.

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  • White Oak Studio Designs
    on Sep 13, 2013

    DeMarie, Each autumn we mow the meadow and cut back most of the [perennial boarder and compost everything. This keeps things from going moldy and bad. Each year the plants multiply. I let them go wild because I have the room. It's been growing for 13 years and each year it is better, I think

  • Lynn5280
    on Apr 5, 2014

    Beautiful Excellent picturres

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