Living treasure troves

Bonnie Stenger’s yard was dirt and gravel when she and her husband, Dennis, bought their G Road home more than five years ago. Through the years they have shifted soil, created walkways, planted, transplanted, watered and weeded to create their garden, which is part of the 21st annual Grand Valley Garden Tour set for June 2–3.



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Bonnie Stenger’s yard was dirt and gravel when she and her husband, Dennis, bought their G Road home more than five years ago. Through the years they have shifted soil, created walkways, planted, transplanted, watered and weeded to create their garden, which is part of the 21st annual Grand Valley Garden Tour set for June 2–3.

Their very appearance makes bumblebees seem like the Winnie the Poohs of the garden, all plump and charming and delightfully ridiculous, always seeking the sweetest spots. On an evening not…




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