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24 file(s) - Uploaded by: paint me green
Created: 5 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 13
what a wonderful time of year this is. There's the freshness and exuberance of spring yet fullness of summer. It seems as if the garden has been preparing all year for this very moment. You really cant believe how the garden has changed at this time of year, a change that really has an impact. Growth is at its optimum until the summer heat kicks in. The fresh green growth really brings out the colours of the flowers I think.
This a backyard project I started in 2009 and i think after 4 years..i am almost done..
I uploaded the entire process starting way back in 2009. Including the trees that came down for a heavy snowfall in 2012..making me redesign the space in 2013.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: MicheleNational...
Created: 6 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 6
I took the sand box that was our backyard which was full of scrub trees, palmettos and weeds and turned it into a thriving bird sanctuary, full of color and movement. The landscape I created is diverse and peaceful to experience. Plants that attract Hummingbirds, Butterflies along with several bird feeders and one bird bath welcome Cardinals, Blue Jays, Indigo Bunting, Wrens, Woodpeckers, Titmice, Finches, Thrushes and Crows
33 file(s) - Uploaded by: laurasheets
Created: 9 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 16
Yard in South Carolina with trees, conifers, shrubs, perennials. Sun perennials include daylilies, lantana, balloon flower, and salvia. Shade perennials include lenten roses (hellebores, autumn fern, japanese painted fern, coral bells and hosta. Favorite shrubs are hydrangea; favorite conifers are chamaecyparis, hemlock, and juniper.
I own a mobile home on an acre of land. Since I have retired I now have the time to add onto and improve my home. I have overcome some very large obstacles. I have severe rheumatoid arthritis, which makes movement painful and many times difficult. However, I find the work soothing and theraputic. I still have some finishing touches and more work planned. I have added everything you see, the porch, the patio, the fence, the grill area, and the landscaping.