Landscaping

Landscaping is a labor of love and what better way to be close to nature. As we all know gardening doesn't have "instant" results and we develop patience as we watch our yards change and grow. We have been working at our yard for over 30 years and even though it has been a lot of work we are very pleased with the results.

 

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We are zone 3 gardeners. Please join us on a tour of a few of our flower and water gardens.

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A Gardener's Ten Commandments
Author: Marilyn K. Burns
1. The Creator has given the Earth and its bounty to be shared by all.
Respect it, protect it, and nurture it.
2. Walk outside every day. Even when it is hot and humid or cold and blustery,
walk outside at least once every day.
3. Do not grieve for summer in winter. Use this quiet time
to reflect and reminisce, to plan and to learn.
4. Develop the discipline to do something outside every day:
In the spring, plant a row of seeds. In the summer, pull a row of weeds.
In the fall, rake a small portion of the yard. In the winter, gather dried pods and seedheads. The point is to remain involved.
5. Take time to stop and listen to the symphony of the world around you:
The sound of the breeze in the trees, the song of the birds,
the hum of the bee.
6. Work with Nature. Do not try to bend her to your will.
She will always win in the end!
7. Develop a spirit of generosity and tolerance. Share your knowledge
and be patient with others.
It will return to reward you a hundred fold.
8. Do not harm Mother Earth. Treat her with the same respect
that you would give to your own mother.
9. Do not look upon your gardening failures as defeats.
Regard them as The Creator's way of teaching.
Listen to the lessons and learn!
10. Let your garden give you joy:
Sit and enjoy your garden and pause
to recharge, meditate, and give thanks to The Almighty One.

 

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Email: leila@doublellfarm.com


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