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Don’t you love a walk through a lovely garden? I sure do. There is nothing like the peace and enjoyment of walking through someone’s gorgeous garden. I love the flowers, and the trees, and fountains, and gates–I could go on forever.
Today, I am sharing A Beautiful Spring Garden Tour. Come on, I’ll show you.
Oh my goodness! I am so glad that you are here. I only wish that you were here in person and that we could walk and talk while hearing the fountains and the bird song. Here in Oregon, we might have to do our tour under an umbrella. I love pulling into the driveway.
It makes me giddy every, single, time. I love that the driveway is so long, there is so much anticipation to get to the garden. I have always dreamed of a tree lined driveway, especially in Spring with the trees a bloom.
On the day that I took this pic, the rainbow was the icing on the cake.
This is my front yard. I have spent thousands of hours adding new plants every year. Spending time in the garden with my hands in the dirt is one of my favorite ways to spend my time.
Spring gardening is my favorite though, as I dream of getting outside all winter long. I have several large shade trees in the front yard, so most of the shrubs and flowers are perfect for a shade garden.
I have loads of ferns, peonies and hydrangeas.
A Beautiful Spring Garden Tour
I love this area of the garden. Years ago, when I started creating my garden, my father-in-law and I put this arbor in. It is quite wonky now, but I love the character of it.
My father-in-law passed away seven years ago and every time that I see the wonky arbor, I think of him. It brings a smile to my face. I also added this stone walkway. I had no idea how to make a stone walkway, but that never stops me from doing it.
I figure that if it turns out weird, that it is just good old fashioned character.
This is my backyard. I love the big open space. It is perfect for Easter egg hunts, weddings, big family bbq’s in the summer, but my favorite thing is to see my grand babies running and playing in the yard.
This is the entrance to my flower and vegetable garden. When we bought this house, this whole area was a weed patch with an enormous tree in the middle of it. My husband thought that I was crazy when I told him my dream of creating this garden patch.
His favorite line that he says after I finish a project is, “Wow! Another crazy idea that turned out great.” This is now one of our favorite areas of the farm. I grow herbs, strawberries, blackberries, pumpkins, flowers and so much more.
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Looking back at the house from the garden.
This is in the herb and vegetable garden.
This is our dining pavilion. It’s one of our favorite places to entertain our friends and family when the weather is warm. See How to Create a Beautiful Citrus Tablescape this tablescape in the pavilion is one of my all time favorite tablescapes. A Beautiful Lilac and Brass Tablescape-I love this tablescape in the pavilion as well.
I will post another tour of the garden this summer when everything is in bloom. We have had so much rain this Spring, the flowers haven’t quite bloomed out yet.
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