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A Forest Park Home

Here is the "ratty" courtyard, before new landscaping in 2001.

Original Courtyard

Cleared Space

Watering the newly planted garden.

A sacred area was created with a statue of the Earth Goddess, in memory of a loved one. The garden was later blessed by a priest in a moving ceremony.

Sacred Aea

New Plants

A new path is covered with woodchips.

A small area next to the walk features Bottlebrush Grass, Hystrix patula, Wild Golden Glow, Rudbeckia laciniata, in the back and Anise Hyssop, Agastache foeniculum, in the front.



Here is a view of the whole courtyard, with full-grown plants in bloom.

A close-up view of mature flowers planted near the gangway.

In the foreground is Sweet Black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia subtomentosa, which can get tall and aggressive.

Sacred area

Watering the new garden

An exciting new garden, planted in a previously ratty courtyard located between buildings in Forest Park.

A close-up view of the garden near the gate. From back to front: Late Boneset, Joe Pye Weed, Sweet Black-eyed Susan and Yellow Coneflower bloom in profusion.
Courtyard and stairs


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