No products in the cart.
Today we are in Bill Ziebarth’s garden.
I live in Duluth, Minnesota. I have worked in the garden all my life and for 23 years in my current location. I love to keep changing my gardens. Much of the gardening art in my gardens came from the family farm I grew up on.
A daylily grows in front of an old garden gate. The gate is used as a trellis for a clematis (Clematis ‘Jackmanii’, Zones 4-8), a honeysuckle vine (Lonicera sp.) And a ‘Ramblin Red’ rose.
Gloriosa daisies (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 3–7 or annual), daylilies (Hemerocallis hybrids) and birdhouses in the rear.
Hydrangea paniculata, Zones 3–8, daylilies and other perennials in front of a footbridge that connects a path.
Petunias (petunia hybrid, annual) in a bird cage. The rest of my flowers are free range.
A piece of garden art built around a Swedish window post features geraniums (Pelargonium hybrid, annual) and petunias in a Spanish window box, as well as clematis climbing up the window.
Surrounding my garden – with hydrangeas, a birch (Betula papyrifera, zones 2–6) and my greenhouse.
My greenhouse. The corrugated iron on the floor came from the roof of my father’s barn.
Expansive garden views with views beyond.
I’ve been everywhere.
Bee balm (Monarda didyma, zones 4–9) for the hummingbirds in the background and ornamental grasses, a dark-leaved nine-leaf bark (Physocarpus opulifolius, zones 2–8) and black-eyed susans (Rudbeckia fulgida, zones 4–9)) in the foreground.
Do you have a garden that you want to share?
Do you have photos to share? We’d love to see your garden, a specific collection of plants that you love, or a beautiful garden that you got to visit!
Submit 5-10 photos to [email protected] along with some information about the plants in the pictures and where you took the photos. We would like to hear where you are, how long you have been gardening, what successes you are proud of, what mistakes you have learned from, hopes for the future, favorite plants or funny stories from your garden.
If you want to send photos to the GPOD email box in separate emails, that’s fine.
Do you have a cell phone? Tag your photos on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with #FineGardening!
You don’t have to be a professional garden photographer – read our garden photography tips!
Have you already received the GPOD by email? Login here.
Get our latest tips, how-to articles, and how-to videos in your inbox.