This place is at the back of an 1860 Victorian house at the edge of a town. The area with the vines over it is where the herbs and flowers for sale are displayed. The rock-edged planting beds are where she has her kitchen garden. The place is just wonderful and it was so inspiring. It's incredible what you can accomplish with a garden if you just start doing a good job clearing away the weeds and invasive plants, amending the soil properly and taking time to establish good perennials for the area.
I hope you like garden posts, because there will be a bunch to follow. When I got home from Dallas Sunday afternoon, several things I'd planted last year had bloomed to welcome me home. I felt rewarded. Gardening makes me so happy, and it feels good to have my own little plot of earth again. :)
I like gardening posts. I hope that you'll have some tomatoes and herbs (basil, rosemary, maybe some oregano) come in, because that means that you'll have some good cooking posts, too.
I'm glad to see things are looking UP in your life! :-)
I am loving your garden posts.
You'd probably lik it here right now; primula, forget-me-nots, bluebells etc. growing everywhere. I'd forgotten how pretty an English spring is.
that place looks loverly.. and glad to hear gardening is making you happy;)
( we're STILL waiting for safe temps up here.. mutany at the greenhouse!)
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