Thursday, June 4, 2015
Recently I had the privilege of visiting Jim Scott's garden on the lake near Martin Dam. We have seen it from the water many times through the years, and observed as he continues to add new intriguing garden spots. It has been written about in many popular magazines, but I had not had the pleasure of seeing it on land until this spring. It is indeed a magical place, and he is so gracious to share it as he does.
I loved this scene of a wooden bridge and garden gate with a curving stone path that beckons you on to the next lovely spot. I will deliver Jim's Garden along with several other pieces and notecards to the Montgomery Museum Shop tomorrow. It is a great place to shop for unique gifts and accessories.