18 thoughts on “FLOWER GARDEN TOUR – WISCONSIN GARDENING

    lovers4healthylife

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Love your tour and your chop and drop method is wonderful. I am doing a little more of that. Love the sound of all your wild life. Take Care, Peaches

    HChrisH200 - Haphazard Homestead

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    What a nice tour! You have such a diversity of plants in your perennial beds, with the native plants, too! I really like seeing your big patches of mayapples. I wonder if you get much fruit — it is really wonderful, but the flower is pollinated by only one special moth. I'm happy you are eating your dandelions and violets! And it was nice to see the sweet cicely, ostrich fern, and bloody dock. And last, but not least, what a great backdrop of spring bird activity — sandhill cranes, house wrens, cardinals, blue jays, red-bellied woodpeckers, and more! Have a wonderful spring!

    Ried Moore

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    I like your "lasagna method" and the terminology "chop and drop"; how do you think that affects or influences how your garden may be evolving into more of a permaculture style as you mentioned earlier in the video? It is certainly a very intriguing mulching method that I am interested to experiment with this season. Thank you for your uploads, always great content; your garden is beautiful.

    MY Pichka

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Thank you for this video! I used to live in Wisconsin and seeing your garden reminds me of being there.
    Yulia

    Midwest Gardener

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Gorgeous flowers and the whole area is beautiful. You can tell that it took years of TLC to put that together…..well done!

    Always a big fan of your calm , soothing garden walk, thank you Lark😊😊!

    Rhonda Beigert

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Thank you Lark! I always enjoy your tours. I thought the video quality was excellent, very crisp. I especially enjoy the songbirds and the sandhill crane, it sounds like a bugle! So cool! Your trilliums are breathtaking, they remind me of the woods in ohio where i grew up. We had the same kind of purple and white violets also. Have you ever made violet jelly? Seems to me it would be a lot of work, but i do put the flowers and leaves in herbal tea or syrup to mix with lemon.

    superslyfoxx1

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Such beauty!

    JBtheExplorer

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    You are lucky to have Sandhills nearby! I love their call. One of my favorite birds. Your ferns are outstanding!

    Hellin Ronquillo

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Your garden Look gorgeous but that video is not good.

    Hellin Ronquillo

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Your video is really bad quality, so cloudy end to fast.

    Homeplace Journal

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Loved the tour of you garden! Miss hearing all the forest birds. Very refreshing start to my day…Thank You!!

    Self Contained Lifestyle

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    loved the wild feel of your garden. I think more gardens should look a little more natural. Thanks

    artistben7

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    perennials, perennials, perennials, my favorite types of flowers, and I enjoy seeing them come up every year, what a delight. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful gardens Lark. :)

    Cultivating Organic by Jo & Mig

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    I can get lost in that garden and enjoy every minute of it.  I enjoy the tour.

    Permaculture Homestead

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    LOVE IT, i was short on time so i watched this video in 2x speed, you sounded like a chipmunk but i understood it all, kinda cute 🙂      you should try it in the settings.

    Shadow of Juniper Hill

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    I loved the walk through your beautiful garden!

    Cynthia Hamblin-Perry

    (June 1, 2016 - 8:02 am)

    Thanks for sharing. I so enjoy your tours and all your wonderful garden art. I too love Blue!

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