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ramona

oh how lovely it is. i love clematis. it reminds me of my childhood and my grandfather. he used to have those huge purple clematis plants. i have a small one on my balcony, too and eagerly watch it grow now. each day. piece by piece. can't wait to have it bloom, althought that will take another while.

Dawn

...looks good...I think I need a clematis..We had a lavender one once..you remind me to consider one again.

~Vicki

This one, I failed to mention, has tiny pink flowers with yellow centers. Called, "clematis montana rubens superba" an anenome variety. I can hardly wait for it to bloom!

PJ

Your garden is absolutely lovely...I know newly planned ones seem so 'stark' for a lack of a better word, but I know yours will grow in nicely..please keep us updated with pictures! Candytuft will surely approve!

AnnieElf

Oh My Gosh, I have this exact birdbath in my backyard. I turned it into a little herb garden because the birds never visited. Go figure!! LOL

weirdbunny

thanks for showing us your home ands garden, I love seeing what peoples home is like. That multicolured rock is reall nice.

Meg

Have been spending my morning searching through your archives and just wanted to say that I LOVE your style, it made my heart happy to look at all the wonderful things you have made. The colors are just beautiful and very inspiring.

vegasandvenice

Oooh lovely work!

Clarice


Vicki,
I love your little garden. I am so inspired. We are trying to do things in the garden to attract more birds and want to add a bird bath. Thank you for the inspiration.
Clarice

brit

This is beautiful an inspiring. I love that you have named different parts of the garden!

tinker

I think the Candytuft Fairy will find this corner of the garden simply enchanting :>)

(and still 40 years older than your young lady, I love how water changes the colors and sheen of pebbles and stones - one of nature's captivating magic tricks!)

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