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During a recent trip to visit friends in Madison, one of our friends took us on an unofficial garden tour at a ginormous business called Epic.
The company created a massive and gorgeous garden — complete with a babbling brook! — for its employees (one of our friends work there).
Unfortunately, our tour was cut short due to a horde of blood-hungry mosquitoes, and I stupidly forgot to bring bug spray.
Despite the short garden tour, I really fell in love with the landscaping. So incredibly gorgeous and serene.
We walked around the garden over the weekend with a handful of other people, but I wonder what the campus would look like during the week.
At first I thought this was a cherry bush (is there such a thing as a cherry bush?), but our friend believed it was a crab apple bush.
I wonder how many landscapers or gardeners are on staff to take care of the surroundings. Would the job be awesome or frustrating?
If you know me by now, you know I don’t have a green thumb at all. I have a habit of accidentally killing plants. But I take amazing pictures.
As I take a second look at this picture, the rocks in the water form a heart. Am I the only one who sees that?
Again, because I don’t have a green thumb, I know the green stemmy things aren’t weeds, but I don’t name technical term.
Maybe because I don’t have a green thumb that’s why I love looking at flowers. Well, I’ll leave with a few more pictures and quotes about flowers.
“A flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it. It just blooms.” — Author unknown
“If I had a flower every time I thought of you, I would walk in my garden forever … ” — Author unknown