Hello-no, actually those lovely flower hangers are in a nursery. I was just walking thru, and thought it would make a nice photo! Too bad i can't remove the hangers, then it would look like a Monet! Thank you for your comments.
Welcome Back to Garden-Share Melodee...You will love it here. *Lots of beautiful inspiring pics, *Groups with wonderful advice and *Gardening Friends from all over The U.S.A. and The World. You may design your "MY PAGE" with tools located on the "HOME" page. View pics by the page by clicking on "PHOTOS" at the top of the page. Comment on pics by clicking on the pic itself. Save your "100 LIKES or FAVORITE" by clicking on the heart. You may friend a Gardener by clicking on their profile pic or name, it will take you to their MY PAGE. Click on "Add as Friend", a Gardener must accept your invite or you their invite to become friends. Click on "GROUPS" at the top of the page to locate the group from your HOME STATE. Thank you for sharing your beautiful gardening pics in your slideshow.
Thank you. I'll have to check the tag for the name on these....I never saw petunias that lasted this long or looked as nicely shaped as these. I'm posting this September 29th, and believe it or not, they JUST started looking pooped this week when the wind picked up and a cold front moved our way. My parents visited last week and they were on their best behavior, lol.
Thank you, Melodee. It's a work in progress and a labor of love. I hope to go into business creating beautiful gardens for others very soon. I agree with you about gardening being therapy; it is that for me as well.
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"Yeah, spriging is the preferred way for professionals, like turf companies, golf courses, and large project Landscapers to put in the types of grasses that make those runners which include buffalo grass, regular bermuda, hybrid bermuda, zoysia, St…"
"Believe it or not, we get a lot of wind in northern Indiana. Last month I forgot to turn down my patio umbrella and lost it to a wind storm. As a person on a limited income, I about had a fit because I knew I would have to replace it,…"