A Monet-Inspired Allee: After

Who: Bill and Nancy G.
Where: Oakland, MI

While initially it was a significant investment in labor hours, now that things are established, maintenance is relatively modest and the time investment was well worth it. The allée terminates into a small fruit orchard, while the island gardens are filled with a mixture of perennials and annuals that we use for cut flowers and a salad buffet for the local deer. Many of the plants were taken from cuttings or were cast-offs from friends' gardens.

Who did the work: We did all the work ourselves.
Cost: $500-$1,000

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