beautiful flowers by a fence

this would be beautiful in front of your fence. : White fence and flower bed with pink roses, Salvia, Sage, Catmint and Lady's Mantel. Colorful, elegant garden bordering front yard and sidewalk

What a combo.  Plus it reminds how beautiful purple and pink are as a pair.  Roses & Clematis combo

Beautiful pink climbing Rose and lavender Clematis blooming at the same time on a lattice support. ~ I already have an established white clematis climbing up the east side of our home. I'll now add a colorful climbing rose. Won't it be lovely!

This is amazing.  I have wanted to throw wild flower seeds in my yard's bare patches for years but was too scared. What was I scared of?  This is beauty au naturel!

Plant this away from house but in view. Forgotten Old Farm House & It's Flowers. The lady of the house was a true lover of the flowers.

I'm pretty sure I should either be living in my grandmother's cottage or be a grandmother living in a cottage! lol!!  =)  (Swiped from Miss Mustard Seed. Thanks. ;-)

Outdoor Tea Room with the addition of outdoor draperies and pillows, the outdoor room begins to feel like an indoor living space. Garden trellises provide an ideal place to hang outdoor fabric

(via Sea Cottage: Sweet May Morning)

Lovely pale pink roses tumbling over a white picket fence. I have the white picket fence; now all I need are the roses.

We saw this garden on the Bainbridge Island garden tour.  I told David Lewis he had a 'nice yard.' Ugh.. CRINGE! :-}  For info on a link on how to make Little and Lewis type concrete casts of Hosta leaves, look on my 'ART for the Hapless' board.

We saw this garden on the Bainbridge Island garden tour. I told David Lewis he had a 'nice yard. :-} For info on a link on how to make Little and Lewis type concrete casts of Hosta leaves, look on my 'ART for the Hapless' board.

A Beginner's Guide to Fruit and Vegetable Gardening-- If only it was spring!!

A Beginner's Guide to Fruit and Vegetable Gardening

This is a guide about drying and storing seeds. Collecting seeds from your garden is the first step in having seeds to use for your next planting. *make sure you have organic seeds to begin with.

Oh. Oh. Oh.

This little cottage garden house is so adorable with the vines growing over the top, picket fence and door!


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