Garden Journey: A Healing Garden Design in Charlotte, North Carolina | Linda Watt

💁‍♀️ My friend Nev gave me the best compliment. He told me that watching my video inspired him to create a garden as a hobby and beautiful place… and as a treatment for some of the health challenges he faced. Gardening is such a gift, isn’t it? Watch at the end he shares his struggles and how gardening helped him face them. Talk about inspirational‼ ️ What about the stone tower? Plants mentioned in this video:-Wire vine-Myrtle Pruning Garden-Nellie Stevens Hollies-Yoshino Cryptomeria-Chindo Viburnum-Emerald Arborvitae-Ligustrum-Needle Holly-Auckland Holly-Foxtail Fern-Maple-Skypoint Juniper Topiary-Azalea-Spreading Yew-Ornamental Grass-Blue Star Juniper Pruning Garden-Wintercreeper-Pansy-Elephant Ear-Hosta-River Birch-Sky Pencil Holly-Boxwood-Barberry-Lace Leaf Japanese Maple- Sunshine Ligustrum-Emory Sweetspire-Lavender-Celosia-Nandia-Calendula-Mugo Pine-Creeping Jenny-Fountain Grass-Myrtle Wax-Rose-Sapphire Cypress-Coleus Website: Instagram: Facebook: Pinterest: * Note that this description may contain affiliate links, allowing you to find the mentioned items for free and support my content. When you use the links listed above, this affiliate link allows me to make a small amount of money. You are not obligated to use these links. Thank you for your support! *.

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  • Kim
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    I love seeing this! I have a new build too!! I’ve packed in the trees and furniture of the landscape… you have done sooo much! Great job

  • Penelope Hammerton
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    Utterly amazing in such a short time. Your garden is a result of many many hours hard work I suspect. I hope you and your family will be very happy in your new home and garden. Richly deserved.

  • Gail Arnold
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    This was a beautiful video Nev. Thanks for sharing your plantings and your soul that is in that backyard. Enjoy it.

  • MarshaMarie Egleston
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    Wow! You have done an amazing job in such a short amount of time. I hope to see another tour as your garden matures.

  • Linda Byrd _ Staff - NorthRidgeES
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    What an absolute inspiration!! Thanks for the tour. Your garden is exquisite. A real gem. It’s given me so many ideas. Love all your containers. Yes, Linda is so inspiring as well. Love watching her channel. Keep on gardening my friend. We’ll need to see an update as your plants evolve and grow. That would be fun.

  • Sunny Ja
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    Very enjoyable tour! So relaxing & really shows how other homes can nearly disappear with proper placement of plants, well done!

  • Linda Montes De Oca
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    You have a beautiful garden. I agree with you “Do what makes you happy” look what you have accomplished in your life. You so called in remission which you earned in your therapeutic garden. Take care, and enjoy everyday.

  • SanIgnacioBCS
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    You have done an immense amount of work! I admire the diversity of your screen planting and it will be such a pleasure for your family to watch it grow. Thank you.

  • TurtleLily's Garden
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    I hope we can see your garden again. Congratulations on finding therapeutic ways to deal with your challenges.

  • cadena
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    Well, Nev, you are my inspiration. For the first time, I'm going to actually try a little design rather than just sticking plants all over the place. Thanks for giving me the spark to try!

  • Make it Beautiful
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    Awesome, you've done so much in 8 months, everything looks so healthy! Hi from a fellow South African, we live in Oklahoma!

  • Deborah Ryan
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    Thank you for sharing your garden tour – inspired and inspiring! We will need an update next season. Stay well.

  • Cynthia Dodwell
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    Ahhhhh to live in peace. I'm doing this vicariously through gardening videos right now. Thank you ❤️

  • Small Garden Musings
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    I follow Nev on Instagram and love his posts and garden tours, so I was happy to get an extended tour here on Linda’s channel. His garden is beautiful and it is astounding that it’s only 8 months old.

  • Cynthia Townsend
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    I love this garden. It is going to be even more awesome as it matures. I love the little ornaments of interest through out as well. The tortoise is especially awesome. Great work!!

  • Santa Hampton
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    Such a beautiful and rewarding transformation in a short time! Kudos to you, Nev! I look forward to another visit soon!

  • Cacticollector
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    Gods original purpose for mankind put them in a garden to cultivate it and to take care of the earth and to expand the paradise

  • Stacey Alarcon
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    Does Nev have a YouTube or Instagram? I’d love to follow him and watch his garden grow. So inspiring.

  • Sue Robinson
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    Well done Nev. You took a blank canvas and turned it into a piece of paradise. As the garden grows and matures into an even more beautiful landscape.

  • Sue Robinson
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    Very beautiful Nev. You took on a blank canvas and turned it into a piece of paradise. Well done. Enjoy as it grows and matures into an even more beautiful landscape.

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