Friday, May 11, 2012

Labyrinth at Natural Gardener

This labyrinth update is for Debra. A couple of years ago, the labyrinth was in a transitional state. They had been trying to construct it in plant life, but that plan did not work out. Now it is back, and made of good, old stones. Take a look at the gate for it, which leads into a short path, in this older post.

The Natural Gardener is a nursery, a plant business, but it's such a wonderful place it's worthy of just visiting. We went there to buy some milkweed for the butterflies, and it is doing well in the backyard now.

The labyrinth is surrounded by beautiful wildflowers, a few garden sculptures, and on one side there is a teepee. Here's a nice view facing outward, and at bottom, Google's satellite version.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Oh, that is AWESOME! I'd love to walk it some day! Great Buddha too and . . . are those Fu Temple Dogs at the entrance? They have a Dr. Seuss-ish look to them which seems a bit odd.

Thanks for thinking of me, Blueberry!

Blueberry said...

I am going to have to do some further checking on those dogs (maybe they are part cat?). You are right, they are odd.