One thing I should mention…it sold.
I took a few more photos simply to capture the garden as it is now, before the new owners make changes.
Seeing those pads laying on the sidewalk you're probably wondering if I helped myself to a couple, aren't you? Well I didn't. I know, what was I thinking?
It looks like a few plants might have been removed already, maybe by the previous owner or friends, I’ve never noticed so much bare soil..
Things still looked really good, especially considering we weren't yet out of the deep freeze (I think it was about 23F when I was taking these shots).
There were also signs of a little pre-closing work that had been done, on pipes or some such. All in all the workers seemed to have done a good job of not trashing the place.
I wonder if the new owners were warned the garden came with a stalker? (me) Can you imagine buying into a garden with this many amazing specimens? Of course I would have jumped at the chance (the house is pretty sweet too). But at the price it was going for I would have had to ask you all to move in to help make the house payment.
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