Don’t you love the anticipation of what waits just beyond the garden gate?
The closer you get, the better glimpse of what lies ahead.
Come along with me, together we’ll discover what there is to see.
This is our pondless waterfall. It’s only 8 ft. long. At first I thought that it was going to look too small. Now that I have done plantings around it I love it. Just something about that sound of running water.
Did you notice the old milk house in the background? There is an awesome barn attached. You can’t see it in this pic. When we bought the house a realtor told us one lady wouldn’t buy a house for sale close by because she didn’t like the barn in the background. We LOVE it!
A view from the top looking down. A lot of plants have yet to bloom.
I have poppies planted close by. Believe it or not, this is only 3 plants. With all the rain this year they have just gotten huge.
The bees are in 7th heaven.
My leaf birdbath is nestled among them.
My friend, Joyce gave me three blue solar lights for my b-day last year. They give such ambience at night.
Gardening is my first love,(that is after my hubby).
I have much more I hope to share with you.
Tomorrow I am going to a local garden show called “The hidden Garden Tour”. I was fortunate enough to have my Highland home included in it one year.
Can’t wait to see what I might discover behind their garden gates!
A giant frog (or is it a toad?)
He presented it to me Mon. at our luau in celebration of my hubbies 60th b-day.
At first he just sat there.
Then off he hopped into the water. He literally started waving his legs around and looked like he was taking a bath. Of course, I missed that pic.
I have seen no sightings of psycho since; (that’s what my grandson named him). I’m searching for him daily and I’ll keep you posted.
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