This week totally got away from me. Like, today is not Thursday. Did you know that?
Anywhoodle, I haven’t posted about my garden in a while, and since it’s feeding my soul in a very real way, I thought I’d share some of what’s blooming. Keep in mind I’m a better writer than I am a photographer…
The back yard hasn’t seen as much love as the front, but I do love my back porch, and the little Enkianthus Red Bells is so pretty when it’s in bloom. Those are perennial geraniums blooming under the Japanese maple. They’re hardy as hell and so lovely when they bloom…
Earlier this spring, the husband and I consulted with a garden designer, who made some fantastic recommendations for how we could better utilize our outdoor spaces. We loved her ideas, but figure we’ll have to take it on the five (eight? ten?) year plan. I’m looking forward to what we come up with, though.
I hope you’re all hanging in there and washing your hands and staying safe. Oh, and if you like my garden pix, follow me on Instagram, because that’s where they hit first. Thanks….
5 thoughts on “The garden in spring…”
Gorgeous, Liv! I have a better appreciation for Spring this year. Maybe it’s the cabin fever or maybe it’s that I finally have a nice place to sit outside. But that looks like the perfect place to recharge and brainstorm!
The biggest drawback is that everyone is out walking (who knew there were so many kids in my neighborhood?!) and the dogs feel compelled to guard the perimeter in loud, declarative barking. Otherwise yeah, the front patio is aces for a glass of wine at night. Thanks…
Beautiful, Liv! Just what I needed to see today! You are truly talented.
Thank you ❤
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