my Two Organic Gardens! (Glory to God for his designs!)
This is a sample of what I hear regularly, and all are approximations from memory as well as volunteered. I have never asked for opinions. (VISITTHIS page for many photographs.)
"I'm getting my PhD in urban agriculture, and I've never seen a potted garden as impressive as yours. You should be in Phoenix Home and Garden magazine!"
"If I could, I would vote yours Garden of the Year! Seriously, you have it all going on! (Said in January, 2019)
"It's like a mini Amazon!"
"I love all of your plants!"
"You've done a great job! Seriously, it's all beautiful!"
"I love your yard!" (waiving while driving by)
"This woman kept her plants alive this summer!" (Bragging to her family as they went for a walk)
"One of our neighbors on October 31 loved your garden and said she wants to come talk with you about your plants."
"I always look at your garden when I drive by, and I've been hoping to catch you while you are outside. I have a plant to give you!"
"Your handmade shade structures held up to four monsoons--some of which broke trees in half or uprooted them all over the city. I watched them through my window, and they kept standing! You did a great job!"
"I love your garden!"
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