Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Diamond Vally Gardens

At the base of Brindlee Mountain in the rich silt of the Diamond Valley you can find the garden of
Jim and Martha Brazelton. Martha is the daughter of the late Richard Webster .
I would love to see this garden in the spring as it is a peonies and daylily garden. This is the first view I saw as I stepped off the bus.  You may have to scroll to the right a little to get the entire image on your monitor. I did not want to take away any of the beauty of the garden by making the image smaller. A big Thank You
to Jim and Martha for hosting the Sally Lake Bed and being on tour for all of somewhere over 150 people tromping through their garden.


This is the garden that hosted our Sally Lake Bed. Jim and Martha grew them to perfection.  Unfortunately I did not get images of all the entries or even the two beds they grew in. I could not draw myself away from Jim's seedling.The following will be images of angels of the garden.

I wold loose a crop if I had this pond. It is just off the patio that adjoins their house.

Correct me if I am wrong Jim but was that a 10 lb bass caught in this pond ?
The following images were made by Marsha Williams from TN.