Terry Yockey's Northern Garden

Hydrangea

The hydrangeas looked especially healthy due to heavy rains in Red Wing earlier this year.

Terry Yockey’s Red Wing garden has been profiled in Midwest Home and Midwest Living magazines, as well as the subject of a some of Terry’s many articles for Northern Gardener. Terry is a Master Gardener in every sense of the word — extremely knowledgeable and generous with her time and talent. Her garden was recently on the Red Wing Arts Association tour, and we stopped by to snap a few photos. The garden features a rain garden, a kitchen garden, a fragrance garden, woodland, bog and hummingbird and butterfly areas. For more photos and information about the garden, be sure to check out Terry’s blog at www.northerngardening.com.

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Ann McCormick on May 31, 2016 at 8:13 pm

    Terry, would you consider speaking at our Sherburne County master gardener expo on March 25,2017. We are especially interested in garden art but are open to other subjects.

    • Mary Lahr Schier on June 2, 2016 at 8:29 am

      Ann — I will pass your request on to Terry.
      Thanks!

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