Welcome back Karen! You will like it here. Lots of beautiful inspiring pics, groups with great advice and gardening friends from all over the U.S.A. and the World. Thank you for sharing your lovely pics and looking forward to future pics. Spring is coming and Happy Gardening !
Hi Karen, I just joined...your gardens are wonderful ! I live on a salt water canal in Palm Coast, so not a big yard...I do make the most of it though planting pretty much wherever I find an open space...of course I have to keep a little grass for my two italian greyhounds, and our now new addition, our first retired greyhound...:) I'll get pics out as soon as I can ...
oh! Thankyou so much for your wonderful comments! It really was a lovely thing to read! We have a pretty small dead end street and not a heck of alot of traffic... so it's nice to get feedback on here! Thanks!
Karen your garden is gorgeous. I love all of the little succulents, ferns, grasses well all. I'm showing my husband. You live in a climate that really allows for beautiful growing. Here in Texas it's a fight to keep things alive but i'm working on it. I'm starting today.
We've been gone for a bit....got the gardening in order and took off for a while and was glad to find some messages upon returning. Peaceful is a good summary.....thanks! Even when I know how much there is to do I can still enjoy what has been done!!! I'm excited to check out Lowes on the mold....always did like making mud pies...i'm in the market for a potter's wheel this fall!!! I may get some early practice....or I could spend my winter get a walk way made!!!!
"Thanks Lorraine. The "thrillers" in the urn planters are palm spikes. The coleus have gotten so big around them that you can hardly see them. When we get our first frost and the coleus and potato vines die, I take them out and…"
"Beautiful urns, Clare. What is your spiky "thriller"? Cordyline or draceana? The "filler" coleus are dynamite! I have sweet potato vine but it's hidden too much by the deck so I am thinking of changing that up next year.…"