These gardens have been a work in progress for the last 10 years. The Wolf gardens are divided into approximately 5 areas. There are many rustic art objects throughout, as well as ample opportunity to sit and visit or contemplate. The spruce understory garden is home to a nice variety of hosta and many wildflowers. Follow the stone path past the garage to another little nook of hosta. The rocks seen throughout this section of the garden were all brought back from trips to Ontario Islands, and are Bev’s joy. The next large curving bed was developed in 2012 with the loss of 3 forty-year old trees. Be sure to walk in front of the bed, as well as along the stone path and through the garden gate to enjoy all of the plantings. You’ll note the great tufa rocks scattered in groupings-just waiting to be part of a rock garden. There is a small, but nice, variety of unusual trees throughout. The last planting areas are along the back of the property and on either side of the split rail fence with additional cultivars of hosta and companion plants.