Late June Michigan Garden

Photos and garden today courtesy of one of my favorite people, multi-talented Heather Murphy. Thank you! 


Today we’re again visiting the late June Michigan garden of my nephew, James, and his lovely wife, Heather. She is so talented!  (Slight editing and mosaics by yours-truly.)
















Due to the pandemic, I won’t be visiting Michigan this summer. I miss my family and would love to sit on their patio in this lovely garden.

















Heather has a great base of perenials and always adds lots of annuals.


























Have a blessed day!








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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

24 thoughts to “Late June Michigan Garden”

  1. I am sorry you won’t be visiting this year but how nice to have a virtual tour – such a bright and beautiful garden, no wonder you will miss being there.
    Wren x

  2. Sorry you won’t get to Michigan to see them this year but thanks so much for sharing these beautiful photos!

    1. You are a little further north than the greater Detroit area – how’s the lake this week? Wonderful I bet.

  3. Carol – I just kept saying “wow” over and over again! The first two pictures really captured my memories of gardens in the Midwest. Sorry that you are not going to get to see it in person. Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday, so faithfully!

  4. Hello, Your nephew’s garden and flowers are beautiful. It is sad you can not visit during these COVID times. The flowers and photos are gorgeous. Take care! Enjoy your day, have a great new week!!

  5. Goodness Heather has quiet the garden. Lovely flowers. I know you miss seeing your family as do I. We have one son near by but have only seen him a time or two, the others are 7-10 hours away and no travels. Praying this all goes away before the holidays so we can visit.

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