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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

September Tour 2012

Front Garden

Forest
This photo was taken the day before the flower tower crashed.

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

9 comments:

  1. My condolences re. your loss of the flower tower. It sure was beautiful!

    Seems impossible that its already September Tour time! Every month I go on your tour, I think I should attempt the same thing here at Gatescroft....but still haven't made the effort.

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  2. I always enjoy your garden tours each month. We've actually had a few days where we could open the windows and enjoy the cool breeze.

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  3. Yours looks about like mine right now. Not a lot left blooming, but you keep it all nice and neat as can be too. Nice considering the year's weather.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. all the lovely paths..the turns
    it looks very inviting
    like a place that is loved
    forest..ha ha

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  5. I bet it's happy summer is over:) Love the front yard plants and of course, the forest.....

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  6. Your garden is so neat and tidy. Love the tour.

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  7. Summer is coming to an end for many garden tours. Not many blooms left for the butterflies and hummingbirds to enjoy. Soon, they will be taking off from our neck of the woods for thier winter homes. Sorry about your flower tower, sigh. I have one but it is on the ground. I have the rod running into the ground of the bottom pot. That would not work on your driveway though. Hope you come up with a solution for next year...

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  8. I like the asparagus fern in the trashcan!! Very nice!

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  9. I love your yard. Love all of your garden areas. Thank you so much for this blog. I always enjoy coming here.

    Cross’N My Stitches

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