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  • A look at the Johnson garden in Morro Bay

    Garry and Nancy Johnson moved to Morro Bay in 1997 and began landscaping. They planted coastal redwoods, colorful flowers and plants and fruit trees, built an arbor, created a worm and compost bin. Sculptures also dot the yard. The result? A garden that welcomes at least nine different species of birds.

Garry and Nancy Johnson moved to Morro Bay in 1997 and began landscaping. They planted coastal redwoods, colorful flowers and plants and fruit trees, built an arbor, created a worm and compost bin. Sculptures also dot the yard. The result? A garden that welcomes at least nine different species of birds. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Garry and Nancy Johnson moved to Morro Bay in 1997 and began landscaping. They planted coastal redwoods, colorful flowers and plants and fruit trees, built an arbor, created a worm and compost bin. Sculptures also dot the yard. The result? A garden that welcomes at least nine different species of birds. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Once vacant Morro Bay lot is home to fruit trees, birds, hens, colorful plants

February 01, 2017 05:11 AM

UPDATED February 01, 2017 06:35 AM