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  1. Oh good grief that the deer are eating everything, hence the once cute deer. I remember my SIL once had her garden inside a 5-6 foot chain link fence due to the cute deer back when she lived in the upper peninsula MI.

  2. Your shady garden is beautiful! I love hostas. I dug a few up from my dad’s yard last year and plan to get more this year. The once cute deer have made nearly everything we’ve planted their very own buffet. 🙁

  3. So funny, I just planted a bunch of hostas my Grandmother gave me when she thinned out her garden. I have been taking inspiration pictures of landscaping that I love and the common denominator in each are hostas. I love them! Your yard is gorgeous by the way and I’m so glad you told me what that yellow plant is (Gold Euonymus fortunis). I just saw it at my Aunt’s house and love it, but she couldn’t tell me what it was! Your a genius Sue and my yard thanks you! xoxo

  4. You are too funny about the silk plant! Hosta are pretty hardy plants, love the shade and once they get going you can split them up and you have many more.

  5. I am so so jealous! I could kill a silk plant with out even trying 😀 I love your yard and your garden… oh and Anya sneaking in the photo! Thanks for sharing Sue!!

  6. You guessed right. Anya zooms like crazy all around the yard and likes to play catch me, keep away.

  7. Nice to meet a fellow pachysandra lover. It takes awhile to get going, but before you know it, you have a wonderful ground cover display with pachysandra.

  8. Thank you Anjie. Honestly hosta and ground cover are easy to grow in shady spots around the yard.

  9. Thank you Sarah. I was just thinking a lot about you this morning.

  10. House Crazy Sarah says:

    Very, very nice Sue! the photos of your house and garden are so delightful and soothing – keep em coming!


  11. Wow Sue you have quite the green green thumb. Your yard looks stunning thanks so much for sharing with us. Loved the video.

  12. I love the Pachysandra design. It’s very pretty. I need to plant some of that around my trees.

  13. I love all the green Sue! It looks so relaxing to sit back there with Anya. She must have a blast running around in those lush fields. Thanks for sharing a piece of your home with us today!

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