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Lark
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www.larksperennials.com My husband and I have always been outdoor people and love our home. We do not travel (except to see our Grandchildren). Our home and life is like a permanent vacation. When we have our meals we say, "Now where would we get a view like this, why go out to eat??" We are very content with what we have. It is not work to us...it is our hobby and pleasure. We are located in Wisconsin, zone 4-5. Come join me, I would love to show you around our backyard.

Yard Categories: Huge (Half Acre Plus ) Garden

Comments / Q&A

On September 29,2009 Steve said:

"Wow, i would never leave either.It is so amazing. Love all the blue pops of color throughout. I wish i could come tour your yard . It look so relaxing and just a perfect place to get away .."

On July 31,2009 Beverly Roberts said:

"Good morning lark......someone shared with me about this website on rate my space......I posted today........as always your garden is a big inspiration to me........smiles"

OnNovember 20,2008 said:

"WOWOWOWOWOWOWOW! Nice work...you should be very proud! Are those bowling balls I saw in the pics? I love the use of the blue throughout the gardens! You need a BIG BIG pat on the back!"

On November 1,2008 said:

"beautiful place!!!!"

On October 22,2008 Lark said:

"Yes I do composting. In my woodland area I have a clearing that I just keep adding to, it is about 30'x40'. I put all my deadheading debri(I deadhead every morning)and all my cutting back of perennials in this area. I cut back to about 5" alot of the perennials after they are done blooming. I find that doing this gives the perennial next to it CENTER STAGE. The cutback perennial grows new foliage and even sometimes reblooms. I also have a homemade worm farm. I use the castings for topdressing or"

On October 21,2008 said:

"Wow, what an incredible place you have. I wouldn't leave either!"

On October 21,2008 millet said:

"I bet the place wouldn't look like that without your green thumb, patience and hard work! Very beautiful! Just like you, I am also an avid gardener. I only have a small yard, but once I get lucky to move to an acreage, I will get in touch with you for advice. You can also view my little yardspace titled Millet's haven. Thanks for sharing your beautiful place!"

On October 21,2008 millet said:

"We are located in NY. Hate it when the cold weather sets in because my precious perennials will be in hiatus. I love cut flowers to decorate my house. Yarrows, lilacs and lavander are my favorites to put in vases. The pics here are my fall flowers. Believe it or not, I have diff species of perennials for diff seasons in this tiny yard. Do you do composting also? I don't have a container so I just bury them everywhere in the yard next to my plants. Amazingly it worked! I also could have taken mor"

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