Inviting You In
Nearly all visitors to the garden come away delighted and amazed. Anne credits its defined shape and small scale. "Often when
people put a garden out front, there isn't a structure that contains it, but people can relate to and understand this kind
of garden," she observes. "They don't feel it's beyond their capabilities. They feel it's a garden that invites you to come
in and sit--one that is lived in, not just looked at."
photo: Love-in-a-mist and Gloriosa Daisy Strain come back year after year from seed.