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Omaha Dundee Garden Tour
Summer is in full swing with corn surpassing "knee high by the 4th of July." We were invited to check out our friend Natalie's beautiful Omaha Dundee garden, where she created a utopian habitat for: chickens, bees, cats, indigenous paw paw fruit, herbs, vegetables, and more. Photography by Dan Brouillette.
Natalie is using our No. 175 Garden / Tool Tote in heavy 18oz waxed canvas. It has a double-ply bottom and sturdy harness leather handles from Wickett & Craig tannery in PA, and solid brass hardware. She is wearing our No. 305 Waist Apron in 10oz waxed cotton with multiple divided pockets. The weathered shake roof lines and cupola provide a serene backdrop for her hidden garden.
Vegetables are harvested for evening meal in her French design inspired garden. Natalie is wearing our No.448 Garden Apron in 10oz waxed cotton, which is lighter than our workshop aprons and naturally water repellent. It has deep divided pockets for tools and a removable strap for cleaning.
Hanging fresh garlic to dry in the green house. Thanks to Natalie for giving us a tour of her backyard and to Dan Brouillette for photographing our visit. Learn more about our garden aprons and totes by visiting our Garden Collection.