Ron Clark's Garden
July 5, 2008
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Ten years ago there was nothing, today Ron Clark has turned his little corner into a paradise of colour
Ten years ago, Ron Clark began an undertaking to turn a humdrum yard
into a showcase of whimsical delight.
A whimsical arbour leads to a tiny vegetable garden
Tucked away in a corner, a small vine-covered arbour, leads into a small yet productive vegetable garden. In front, is a bed of whimsical characters tucked among the plantings. At the back is a miniature cedar fence that divides a bed of blossoms from the lawn.
The yard is filled with plantings
that each take their turn flowering throughout the spring, summer and
fall. Daffodils and tulips in the spring, roses, clematis and lilies in
the summer ... the seaons continue with a variety of vegetation.
A A Quaint Corner
Joseph's Colours Rose