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Serenity Garden at NFNC
This is located out by the screened porch area of our yard. We are retired and we do everything as frugal as we can!! It started out purchasing two pond kits on clearance late last summer and it has bloomed into this wonderful area by a lot of hard work but all done in love. The two ponds are connected by a small brook at times it can be a dry bed, or a bubbling brook. The small waterfall is located at the back of the pond. Its surrounded by many different types of flowers. We have a statue named Eve, which was a Christmas present for my husband last Christmas she oversees the yard. We enjoy decorating in the theme of the holidays. It's an on going project that we both enjoy and we hope that you enjoy your stay too.
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