Looking very chilly and fallish!
What a difference a drop in temperature can make. It looks like a blank canvas, awaiting the painters touch. Enjoy your break from gardening, and enjoy planning and thinking about your gardens for next spring.FlowerLady
Your sideyard is really nice. The grass makes a nice focal point and screen and the whole thing feels cozy-perfect!
Hi There, Where are you located???? Looks like winter at your place now... We are still having FALL --with still lots of green grass and lots of Fall leaves.... Beautiful yard.... You all have it manicured so well... LOVE it.Hugs,Betsy
I just love the FOREST! Have you ever thought about changing it?
~MelanieI now need a jacket each morning. I get cold easy.~FlowerLadyAlready thinking about things to add next year!~tinaThanks for noticing the side yard. At times it is just perfect and doesn't get the attention it deserves.~BetsyThis is still fall. Winter will look different I promise. Come back for each month's tour and you'll see. I'm in the Sunflower State. :-)~xoxoxoThe forest is going to get a nice long post some day--probably this winter. It has an interesting story and is exactly what we wanted so no changes planned. It is a wind break and an awesome green screen or we'd see our neighbor's plain yard and a lumber yard/storage facility in the distance.
I like that ornamental grass. It looks good against that fence.Nice tour, thanks!
I'm so jealous...you've got a clothes line, and a rain barrell farm! My dreams...
~RoseyThe grass has done nicely there. I like watching the birds bob around on it when they eat the seeds.Love Local FoodA rain barrel farm. That's a great name for that. Yes, I have 3 rain barrels. They're "off season" now so they don't freeze and break but are a great benefit. I wish I could use the clothes line more but it is hard to get those good days for it when you're at work full time. Thanks for taking the tour.
I enjoyed the tour of your yard. I like the way you have things laid out. We have gravel in our back yard, too.
~Corner Gardener SueThanks for stopping by. It's hard to tell from a distance but it's all mulch of one form or another where we don't have plants. Some is straw. Some is cedar.
I thought some of it looked like mulch, and some looked like gravel to me. It's great you don't have to mow any of it.
~Corner Gardener SueNo mowing is the goal!!!!
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