The Second Stop on My Belmont Garden Tour
This garden just sprouted up recently. I really admire Belmont gardeners who take a tiny bit of rock and turn it into a lovely little garden. This one was carved out of the hillside next to the house. The deer eat everything in this area, so it is clear that the plants were well-selected to survive the herds.
Look how beautifully this garden ties in with the a-frame house that it belongs to. It is lovely and rustic, just like the house.
There is even a little seating area at the top of the garden.
This was a challenging place to put a garden, but it adds such beauty and warmth to the front of the house, I hope the homeowners thought it was well worth the effort.