We are developing our private wheelchair-accessible gardens for future enjoyment and therapeutic benefit of people in our community affected by long-term illness and disability. This is a long-term, life-long project for us.
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  • Debra Mae Amidon’s Memory will Grow Here

    Karl and I lost our step-mother/mother-in-law, Debra Mae Amidon, this past weekend. Our whole family is saddened and will miss her greatly. Debra’s daughter, Kendra, would like Debra’s Memorial to grow in our garden and be accessible to Clint, Debra’s beloved. To learn more about this memorial, please read: Debra Mae Amidon will be Remembered […]

  • Morning Report: Koi Pond Zinnias

    Koi Pond Zinnias

    Karl and I are grateful for the rains this week. The sitting areas we’ve developed in shady garden areas, especially the Welcome Area, Cedar Grove and Tunnel, Koi Pond, and Secret Garden, offer a welcome respite from summer heat and humidity. Reminder: Our Next Sunday Stroll and Memory Café is August 14, 11am – 2pm. […]

  • Morning Report: Hibiscus & Dahlias Begin

    Cold-Hardy Hibiscus: Red

    Late summer & fall flowers are now in bloom: Rose of Sharon, Golden Rain Tree, Morning Glories, Phlox, Globe Thistle, Sea Holly, Zinnias, Hibiscus, & Dahlias. An update on vole patrol: Miss Honey is a terrible hunter. This morning, we saw together a little black vole on the grass, and when told to “Get it!” […]