Following in yesterday’s footsteps of clever cottages for the garden, check out this one from Lorene Edwards Forkner that I saw in her fun and kitchy Seattle garden. Lorene has a great book out called Handmade Garden Projects if you love taking treasured, well-loved items and putting them to new use.
Repurposing done right.
Yesterday’s Bonneroo vehicle = today’s playhouse.
This home in Nashville was on tour but I was drawn to this welcoming little corner in their back yard.
Traffic and the Auburn/Alabama football game kept me from getting home in time to post this before midnight, this is supposed to be Day 26.
I loved these hydrangeas I saw yesterday at the Chastain Park area in Atlanta.
You got somethin’ to hide?
Big sis’s new house has this utility box smack dab in the middle of their front yard so they’ve surrounded it with Encore Azaleas – blooming now in mid-November in Atlanta. They’ll eventually be big enough to hide this eyesore.
My darling niece, Paige Jones, on her European adventure experienced a world-wide appreciation of The Growing Zone. Check out the planters at her French bed and breakfast in Avignon.
Sky Pencil holly Ilex crenata, pansies and violas, and Nandina Filamentosa
Just a few reasons why you should plant bulbs…