A colorful garden from a forgotten place to a living one

When Ivan Morda moved from California to Rim’s apartments 19 months ago, the public space was much sought after.

No, no, he does not.

Now, in less than two years, her work prompted the National Garden Club to visit the garden.

Her work has transformed the vast public space into an unusual treasure that everyone in the neighborhood can admire.

The area features a variety of flowers, trees, cactus, fruits, and vegetables.

Lynn Devo is the president of the National Garden Club.

“The last two seasons have been incredible,” Daveo said. We have come here to appreciate this wonderful common ground in a community that many people do not know. We are here to appreciate her work. ”

It takes a lot of work, but it is the power of love, says Mordo.

Red, pink and white roses, yellow chrysanthemums, purple lantana, blue alisum, marigolds, petunia, and other flowers appear on a green background, including hollyhock. Trees include blue spruce, magnolia and Ponderosa pine, and shrubs piracat.

Mordo moved to Pyson to get closer to the nearby Lona.

“My daughter lives on the street,” she said. “All three of my sons moved in, and she was the only one there,” she said. “I’m happy here.”

Neighbors are happy to be here. She encouraged many to join in to explain the areas in front of their apartments.

“Oh, yes, they see what I’m doing and they’re all going in and making their own place,” she said.

She will celebrate her 82nd birthday on August 16.

And now she can enjoy a garden party.

Each hand is distinguished by the hand-painted rocks of each plant, and by the attractive clay creatures.

Vegetables are carrots, a variety of squash and onions, as well as zucchini and tomatoes, of course. The list of fruits includes melons, cantaloupe, and pumpkins.

“If I want to make a salad, I can go out and get it,” she said. “The only thing I don’t have is a salad. That will be next year. ”

Peppers include habanero, jalapeኦo and tobacco.

The plant also displays a variety of explosives, including chocolate, egg yolks, oregano and okra, cilantro and chamomile.

And she didn’t finish. It is a work in progress.

“Yes, I have a lot of things I want and I will work as long as I am here,” she said.


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