Art of gardening

Above, Betty Dorotik shows off her favorite Mrs. Oakley rose with an intoxicating, lemony fragrance.

Below right, a simple sculpture of a branch by Mary Taylor contrasts with the misty gray background of Saratoga Passage.

Below, a collection of blue pots provides a splash of color in Betty Dorotik’s shady back yard.

The buzz of bees may be the first thing one notices, upon entering Betty Dorotik’s Backyard Habitat on the southwest side of Camano Island.

Hummingbirds hum and flickers flick around the yard.

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