Daily Garden: Michaelas’s Vermont Eden

I am always so happy to discover a new resource online and The Gardener’s Eden is just that.  The site was created by Michaela, who gardens in Vermont, and has created a beautiful garden that looks so at home in it’s place.  The green mossy stones and rustic nature of Ferncliff are a perfect reflection of the Vermont aesthetic.

This fire sculpture was created by local artist and stone layer extraordinaire, Dan Snow.

Michaela offers lectures and various events at her lovely garden and you can find out more about meeting her and making a visit here.

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Hello Rochelle, Thank you for the lovely feature. A rainy day has allowed me some free time to explore your beautiful blog. What a pleasure…
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