These Cornflowers self-seed almost to nuisance level.

Of course, I never much saw them as a nuisance myself.

The Wisteria over the workshop patio is heavy with blooms.

The Gunnera dies down to ground level each year, but grows taller than this six foot ladder.

By the front door, this red Rhodie literally drips with blooms.

The red Rhodie

Just across the driveway is this purple Rhodie.

These climbing roses loved the shoreline of the pond.

The native Yellow Iris planted itself.

Cobblestone path by the raised garden.

A charming cove on Golde Creek

Stone steps down to the water.

Looking downstream toward the workshop.

Behind the workshop, looking upstream

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Tour Chapters:
Beaver Pond
Outside Views
Entry and Dining Area
Great Room
Hall and North Bedrooms
South Bedroom and Laundry
Floor Plan and Aerial Photos
Xeric Garden
Backyard and Flowers
Contact and Other Details