Kirby Woods 
Neighborhood Association

Yard of the Month

September 2017

Gary and Lisa Brown

6483 Forest Grove Dr.

Our yard of the month winners for September are Gary and Lisa Brown at 6483 Forest Grove Dr. Gary and Lisa have lived in the neighborhood for more than 20 years and have made many improvements to the yard including a new lawn and welcoming bench by the front door!

 



Yard of the Month

August 2017


Jeff and Sarah Jenks

6228 Heather

 

Our August yard of the month is at 6228 Heather. Don't miss this eye catching, perfect lawn with caladiums and healthy ferns added for midsummer color.

 




Yard of the Month

July 2017

Sayle and Steffani Robinson
2029 Quail Creek Cove

Sayle and Steffani are new to Kirby Woods and have wasted no time sprucing up their yard with impatiens, ferns, and other colorful additions!


 

 Yard of the Month

June 2017

Michael and Andie Uiberall
6399 Candlewood Cove


 

Yard of the Month

May 2017

Jerrie Harris
2120 Abergeldie
When Jerrie moved into her home there was very little garden to work with. She designed two large areas in the front yard with colorful plantings and also a memory garden complete with a comfortable swing.


 


Yard of the Month

April 2017
The home of Shirley Kiefer stands out framed by lavender azaleas and bright red Japanese maples. Doing her yardwork herself is not easy, but for Shirley, it is a labor of love. Don't miss seeing the colorful display at 2278 Massey!



Yard of the Month

March  2017

 

Our Yard of the Month for March belongs to Elisabeth Collier at 6204 Heather. Her landscape is full of evergreen perennials with patches of color that develop as the season progresses. Elisabeth enjoys spending time in the garden with her young children teaching them about nature and how things grow.

 

 

Kirby Woods Garden Club

Yard of the Month

February   2017


The February KWGC Yard of the Month is the property of  David and Kendall Visinsky, 2281 Heatherwood Cove. The beautifully manicured winter landscape is accented with a bright patch of pansies and the graceful outline of a bare dogwood with interlaced branches of large oaks framing the house.

 

 



    

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