By Renae Frey

A Summer Garden Tour At Peacock Ridge Farm

Come along on a tour of the summer gardens. You’ll see my favorite flowers in bloom, including hydrangeas, wisteria, daylilies, and more!

See some of my favorite arbors and pavilion that we have built, and get inspired to start your own garden.

Hey Friends!

Welcome! I am so glad that you are here. I always enjoy our time together.

I love Summertime. It reminds me of being a kid-running through a sprinkler or laying in the grass and watching the stars. I have done none of that this summer. It has been SO hot here this summer that it’s just not enjoyable to spend too much time outside during the day. However, the mornings are oh, so pretty.

Summertime is a great time to enjoy the outdoors. On this blog post, we are going to take you on a virtual tour of Peacock Ridge Farm, where you can enjoy the beauty of nature and all that farm has to offer-all while you are enjoying some air conditioning-hopefully.. Thanks for joining us on our tour. We hope you enjoy it! Today, I am sharing A Summer Garden Tour At Peacock Ridge Farm. Come on, I’ll show you.

wooden bridge, stone river, green grass, fir trees, black lamp post, white barn, white picket fence
A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm

I am so giddy to share my garden with you. I just wish that you were her and we could sit under the shade and sip some lemonade or iced tea together.

This summer, take a tour of the gardens. You’ll see a variety of plants in bloom, including annuals, perennials and herbs. The garden is designed to attract butterflies and other pollinators, so if you were here in person, you would likely see lots of them flitting around.

This view is from my front porch. We recently built the barn. We love it. You can see more about it here.

My Favorite Flowers

A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm, purple wisteria, white lattice arbor, church window mirror, green wreath
A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm

Purple clematis is one of my favorite flowers. It reminds me of my grandma. The clematis grows on a lattice wall. I love this area of the garden. You need to walk under a vine covered arbor, along a stone path, past a bubbling fountain to get there. It has a vintage table where I love to have tea parties. You can see a recent tea party here and here.

If you’re a fan of gardening, you’ll want to check out this summer garden tour. So if you’re looking for some inspiration for your summer garden, be sure to check out this post!

white hydrangeas, wisteria arbor, outdoor dining table, stone patio, white house with black shutters, stone patio
A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm

This is the dining area off of our dining room. I love that two little clematis plants from Costco can turn into such a lovely profusion of color.

I also love hydrangeas. There are so many different types of hydrangeas and I love them all. I have over 32 hydrangeas in my garden.

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Outdoor Dining Pavilion

stone patio, pink flowers, wisteria covered outdoor dining area, cupola, blue skies
A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm

This is my favorite area on the farm. This is our dining pavilion. There are so many things that I love about it. One, I love cupolas and weathervanes. I think every structure should have one, even our chicken coop, duck barn and goat barn had one. I also love the wisteria that drapes off of the pavilion. It is so pretty. It blooms twice a year. One in the spring and again in the summer. Wisteria is another one of my favorite flowers. I have over 25 of them.

The table in the pavilion is 16 feet long and seats 20 people comfortably. I had a large Sequoia tree where I wanted my vegetable garden to be. We had the tree milled and made into this amazing table and four garden benches. It took eight men to move this table, it is so big. Hopefully, this table will serve generations of celebrations.

See some tablescapes that I created in the pavilion here, here and here.

A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm, stone statue, summer flowers, summer greenery
A Summer Garden Tour of Peacock Ridge Farm

This lovely lady graces our front yard. Keep your eyes peeled at estate sales and garage sales for vintage yard art, or even on Facebook Marketplace. You can get it for great prices.

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5 thoughts on “A Summer Garden Tour At Peacock Ridge Farm”

  1. Renae, what a lovely post! Your home and gardens are just magical! What a beautiful place! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Mary Anne Russo

    Renee your grounds are gorgeous! I enjoy hosta’s too… it’s the only plant I can keep alive Lol! Thank you for sharing !

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Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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