On this Manor's estate she discovers a "secret garden" that had been long neglected ... and she begins to tend to it. It's a wonderful book about friendship, determination, and perseverence, and remains one of my favorites.
I call my yard my "secret garden" because it has so many things growing in it, and there are nooks where one can sit and enjoy the flowers and wildlife and being alone. Today I wandered around the yard and took photos.
"Fourth of July" tomatoes that were ripe by June 30.
Impatient plants around the base of the tree.
One of the varities of dayliles given to me by my now-deceased aunt.
Photos by SWAC Girl
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