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Sunday, June 8, 2008

Garden Tour

Another Garden Tour this weekend. I always get ideas from other people's yards. I love sculpture in the yard - it only takes money! See the cute little owl in the tree. He sat there without moving as people walked by - his eyes watching you. I got to be a "hostess" at one yard and that gave me time to sit and contemplate plants, arrangements, hard-scaping, and overall "feel" of the yard and it's creator!


Beverly said...

Wow, such beautiful landscapes. I adore the child holding the bucket. I feel a garden is conducive to contemplation. They are so peaceful.

I'm so glad you shared these with us.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Thank you for taking me on a garden tour with you. I bet you got alot of wonderful ideas!

Renna said...

What a lovely and serenic place. I'm sure it would do a soul good to have such a place as that to look upon each day.

Kari & Kijsa said...

What a beautiful yard-your landscaping is lovely!

kari & kijsa

Connie said...

What a lovely and serene garden! Just beautiful, sweets!

ginger at enchanting cottage said...

I love to go on garden tours also. I misse them this year I was to busy. Thank-you for stopping by my blog today.

Eleanor said...

Lovely to find your blog after your kind visit to Thatchwick cottage! I am also a keen gardener and love my garden sculptures. My friends and I also enjoy our once a month bookclub - I recognise quite a few of our recent titles in your reading list. The Jane Austen tea looks like a good idea. Think we should try it too. Have a lovely day! Eleanor

Connie said...

Stunning garden! We actually just this morning went to Home Depot and Lowe's and picked up a bird bath and a stone fountain to listen to the "gurgle" of falling water!!! I'm so excited I could just squeeeaaallll, my sweet chickee!!!!! Come visit with us again. Love lookers!!
Smoochie from Idaho,