Views of the neighborhood – Visit to Natural Gardener Part II

Here we are at the Natural Gardener again. If you recall I did part one and then took a Fourth of July parade break. There are a lot of photos but few words. (Thank you, John) I hope you enjoy the stroll.

As a reminder, here is a map of the place – huge.

Views of the neighborhood

Natural rainwater station.

Tropical plant hut.

Tropical plant eater.

Herb garden

Babbling brook. (man made)

One kind of reptile habitat.

And a reptile more worrisome than snakes.

Plants to buy.

Lady bug hut.

Goat pen.

Chicken house.

Bird watering hole.

Yard sculpture.

Yellow submarine

Receiving department.

Guitar garden.

Handmade Gazebo.

Rock labyrinth

Interesting words about the labyrinth.

Budda.

Shed with a theme. (employees only)

I hope you enjoyed the walk around. A lot to see and sorry for so many photos.

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  1. Gwen M. Plano · ·

    What a fun stroll! It was both an education and a source of delight. The tropical plant-eaters are a little scary but the saloon looks like it might have a mellow clientele. 😀

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    1. Ha ha ha. Thanks, Gwen. Saw no bar fights in the saloon. 😁

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  2. Very nice, John. It looks like a great place to take children too.

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    1. Yes. There is a play area for them. (I didn’t show it)

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    1. Thank you, Lori.

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  3. Good pictures, John. That’s quite a place. I especially liked the little birdie saloon. 🙂 — Suzanne

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    1. There were many little things like that but not enough space to show them. Thanks, Suzanne.

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  4. Wow! They have a little of everything, don’t they? I love the lady bug hut! Thanks for sharing, John. Happy Sunday!

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    1. Thanks, Jill. To you as well.

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  5. Don’t ever apologize for too many photos. A place like that demands you take more than a few. They appear to have something for everyone, including the saloon for the avian visitors! I love that sign on the chicken coop, cute one!

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    1. Thank you, GP.

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  6. My favorite detail? The sign about chickens living in a world where they can cross the road without having their motives questioned. That’s flat funny.

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    1. I loved that sign too, Linda. 😀

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  7. The pictures are great! Thanks. I especially love the guitar garden. May I have permission to show the photo to my son who is a musician and is currently redoing his garden. Not what his wife has in mind, though.

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    1. Ha haha. Sure show him. Might be an inspiration. (and cause for a row)

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      1. Not that I’m a meddling MIL!

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  8. It was a lovely jaunt!

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    1. Thank you, Pamela.

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  9. I love that bird saloon, John.
    What a cool place to hang out.

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  10. I like the bird saloon. Are the goats used as organic lawnmowers? I know that’s a popular thing these days.

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  11. I love the photos, John! What a lovely place. How wonderful that they have goats and chickens too. I could spend hours there.

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  12. Looks like a place I really need to see!

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  13. These are great photos, John. It looks like such a wonderful place to wander around. I hope you’re enjoying a nice weekend.

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  14. What a grand place. I think I would stroll their grounds often. Loved the Saloon too 😉

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  15. Great photos! Now I know what to do with the propane tank.😉

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  16. How funkified! The yellow submarine was my favorite shot (of course) but the guitar garden is a very close second, because it’s just so clever. But really, you can’t go wrong with anything you choose.

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  17. Fantastic place, dear John! And so many dinosaurs! 🙂

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  18. Don’t apologize, John — this was great! I love the guitar garden, the rock labyrinth, and the babbling brook. Even a man-made water feature is a welcome addition on a hot day!

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  19. You could never have too many of these photos for me. It is an amazing place and very inspiring. I loved the Budda and labyrinth!

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  20. What an amazing place! I love the herb garden. I hope you didn’t get lost in the rock labyrinth. 🤣🤣

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  21. How cool!! I love the guitar garden and the labyrinth!

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  22. It’s all great, but I especially love the Ladybug shed, and the dinosaurs!

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    1. Thank​ you, Jill. I liked the two as well. 😁

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  23. Glad you took us back. Looks like a great place to park and type out a chapter or two.

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    1. You could have a first-hand reporting opportunity. Would be great. Watch out for the pitchforks and torches.

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  24. Dinosaurs! I’ve been a fan since the oldest son fell in love with them at the age of 3.

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    1. They are fun. At least​ on this side of the extinction.

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  25. Beautiful virtual stroll! 🙂

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    1. Thak you, Rhonda.

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    1. Thank​ you for the share, Traci.

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      1. You’re welcome, John!

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  26. What a fun garden! I loved the yellow submarine, the guitar garden, the bird feeders, and ladybug hut. Thanks for the tour, John!

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  27. Delightful, John. I enjoyed every photo.

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  28. I so enjoyed this stroll through, John. Such loving thought and humour have gone into it’s creation. Thank you. x

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    1. True, Jane. These guys have a great sense of humor.

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    1. Thank you, Traci

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