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Garden tour: 'Woodland Sanctuary'

Richard and Elaine Jones' garden will be one of six open to the public during the Shawnee Garden Sampler Tour on Saturday, June 11. The Joneses say their garden is always a work in progress and that they enjoy sharing it with family and friends.

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A potting bench made with architectural salvage wood decorates a vegetable garden in the corner ...

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When they built their house nine years ago, Richard and Elaine Jones cleared out woods ...

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A bird sits on a nest in a tree in Richard and Elaine Jones' front ...

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Large planters filled with mandevilla, diamond frost euphorbia and cascading verbena sit on either side ...

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A bench made with shutters found at an architectural salvage store sits next to brightly ...

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A fairy statue stands watch over the shade garden beneath Richard and Elaine Jones' back ...

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A fairy statue stands watch over the shade garden beneath Richard and Elaine Jones' back ...

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Plants like this vivid purple foxglove thrive at Richard and Elaine Jones' Shawnee home, where ...

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Plants like hostas thrive in Richard and Elaine Jones' backyard, where mature trees shade almost ...

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Elaine Jones likes to incorporate unique objects into her garden, like this iron gate placed ...

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