Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
your garden is just beautiful...I know you must really enjoy it
What a great garden already..and it only gets better.. smiles, Deena
What a difference a couple of months makes in the garden. Mine looked bare & brown in February & now it's full of color & life. :) I love the new header of the wheelbarrow planter. So cute! Any your Nasturiums are gorgeous right now.
Oh my goodness -- it has come alive, hasn't it? I loved seeing the progression! Absolutely beautiful!
What a great idea! I wish I would have done pictures like that of the front yard garden.
Oh how beautiful. You wanna come and visit Ga. and stay with me a day or two? In about 2 weeks, I won't be keeping my 4 month old grandson and we can stay outside all day and work, work, work! I love him to death, but I am an outside person and he is too little to stay outside right now. I have to work in my gardens in the evening right now. You can come and visit anytinme!
All your work has rewarded you with a lovely garden.
Everything is looking wonderful. And I LOVE! that wheelbarrow. Is it not the best time of year. I am so happy that spring has finally come around. Giddy, kind of happy. I guess that's what I get for going away to somewhere that is even colder than here. Serves me right. LOL.Jen
Wow Darla, Isn't it amazing how things like from month to month???? Even in northern Florida, there's a huge difference between Feb and March.. And then April is amazing!!!! Thanks for sharing the before and after photos. You have a gorgeous yard.Hugs,Betsy
I like seeing how it all comes to life as we get into spring!
It sure has filled in and looks so pretty. I love your paths through the garden. That songbird mix sprouted fast, before long there will be flowers.
Don't you love to look back at the photos from previous months and see what all has popped up! It is amazing what happens from month to month. Looking good Darla :)
What a difference a month and lots of hard work make! Your garden is beautiful.
That garden is gorgeous! i think I'm going to bring a chair and a book and read by it!
Love the changes! It is amazing.
I enjoy seeing photos that show the progression of a garden from month to month or year to year. It is just amazing how they go from barren to lush. Love the way you have pots, wheelbarrows, etc around the garden.Marnie
Good Morning Darla - What fabulous gardens you have going there. The foxgloves are putting on a show wearing red. You have worked very hard on those gardens. Thanks for the tour.Darla - did you know that you received an award last week from me. The Renee Award. Check out my post and take the award and send it to five people you think are deserving of this award. Linking back to me. Do this in a post so others can see it.Becca
Becca's Dirt: I'm post the award later today....Thanks! and those are Snapdragons not Foxglove.
Your sun garden is just beautiful! Thanks for giving us a large view of the area. I love all the added garden art. Jean
Darla~~ Your photos...I just want to jump inside my computer and be there so I can sniff and explore and ooh and ahh. I love your layout and edging, your plant choices and your adornment. Your lawn is beautiful too. You've got a gift.
How prudddy! Darla, you have done a wonderful job!
Thanks for your comments on my blog. You have a wonderful garden, Darla. I look forward to seeing more.
Love these full shot progressive pictures! Thanks so much for sharing - I am studying them all!Paula in idaho
Mr Darla, how your garden does grow. What a wonderful show.
What a difference a few months make! Your garden is looking good, and I can imagine how lush and colorful it will be in a month or two. AiyanaP.S. I love your property--there are so many trees surrounding it.
Oh I enjoyed seeing the progression of it Darla. Our hard work really pays off doesn't it? It looks gorgeous as I knew it would.
Hi Darla, now that's what we're talkin' about! It has filled in so nicely, and congrats to the young one for the seed mix germinating! Hooray! :-)Frances
Amazing!! Isn't it so cool that everything just grows? That's my favorite part so far is looking at the old pictures and seeing how far it has come!
Hi Darla,You have a lot going on in your ful sun garden!! Just beautiful!
Everything looks beautiful! :-)
Thanks for popping in today... Your gardens are beautiful, I wish I were at that point, but our last frost will be around May 15. At least I know we are close...
I just love seeing the progression shots. I don't have as much green as your Feb garden yet ;} You have such beautiful color, I enjoy coming to visit here and wish I had more time to comment daily.
Hi Darla, great to meet you! I really like the woodsy look of your neighborhood. Your header photo..WOW..so eye-catching! Very cute planter with the wheel barrow, too. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment on my blog :)
wow your full sun garden looks great...how much fun.
The transformation pictures are incredible. You will soon have a verdant, flowering jungle!
Hi Darla,I love all your wonderful blooms . I just put up my post as I am a bit late So I am blooming Wednesday. lol. Have a great week!
So lovely, it is nice to look back and see it come to life. Like the stepping stones all through your flowerbeds.Leedra’s Photos For FunLeedra’s Greeting CardsPhotography By Leedra
Darla your flower bed has grown in so pretty. I love the pictures and can see where you have been moving andadding in decor to the bed. What are the deep red flowers where you have the red coffee pot? I just love them.
I had to come see this again and get a better look. Just fantastic, colorful, thoughtful, and so you. It is wonderful.
How lovely and more beautiful flower so that can be enjoy it in this garden. Mostly are very like it so lovely and beautiful garden.
Really it has design so very well and more interesting garden so that can be enjoy it in this garden. Mostly people are very like it and enjoy it in this garden.
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