Gardens have long been regarded as breathtakingly beautiful sanctuaries full of life and abundance. Cared for tenderly by the hands that first planted their seeds, gardens have always had a special place in the hearts of those who tend to them. Plants and flowers seem to have a mind of their own, at times, and can surprise us with just how full of life they become.
For Jule Scarborough, this is the case. Her garden was built along the driveway toward the front of her home at the northern end of Roanoke Island. Three years ago, Scarborough and her husband