Garden 337

A cottage garden in an urban setting

Cedar Hedge Gardens in Interlochen, Michigan

It was a grad student who told me about Cedar Hedge Gardens and so when I planned my annual trip to Glen Arbor, I included a trip to Cedar Hedge.  I wasn’t disappointed.  The display gardens are lovely, and the owner has a wonderful selection.  I was particularly intrigued by the miniatures.  So, on my trip back to Grand Rapids today, I stopped again and bought a number of little gems.  The trick now is to figure out where I will put them.

But first, a tour of Cedar Hedge… And then a look at my purchases…

And here’s what I bought.  Little Aurora, Kaleidochrome, Kiwi Full Monty, Hideout, Plug Nickel, Teaspoon, Maui Buttercup, Rain Forest Sunrise, Rhino Hide, Hyuga Urajiro.

About Me

I haven’t always been a gardener, but I have always loved gardens. It has taken 16 years to get my gardens into the shape they are today. And, I’ve had help. I’m 74 years old, have rheumatoid arthritis, and had a late stage cancer six years ago. I am, though, intrepid. I’m the kind of person who plods along, tailoring my goals as I go. Last November I had a long overdue knee replacement surgery and I’m hoping this spring, summer, and fall will be able to maintain and find even more joy working in all of my garden beds. Full disclosure, though. I have a garden guy who comes once a week to work in my gardens.


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