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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

April Tour 2013

Front Garden 

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

12 comments:

  1. Pretty soon all of these areas will be filled with more greenery and lots of colors and good things to eat.

    Happy Gardening ~ FlowerLady

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  2. Love your tulips in your last post. Beautiful colors! It is so good to look out over your yard and see the color popping up here and there.

    Bill enlarged the garden in the front and I have decided that, that will be where most of my herbs go. Picked up three herb plants today and will be putting them in tomorrow.

    Loving spring for sure.
    LindaLee from
    CrossN' My Stitches

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  3. So nice and clean. In no time, it's going to be full of life:)Can you come over here and help me get the grounds cleaned up?:)

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  4. It won't be long now 'til everything will be filled with new growth---a green look --and lots of flowers and shrubs....

    It's still cold here --but they say it will finally warm up this weekend and all next week.... YEAH!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. Looking good! All ready for spring!

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  6. Everything is ready there to start for this year's growth. I still have a little to do here.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  7. It's so good to see your garden without a foot of snow!! I think spring is finally here and we can get out into our gardens!! I'm looking forward to seeing your garden as the year progresses!

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  8. Next month it will be so different. Isn't it fun to garden and have so many things to look forward to?
    Balisha

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  9. I always enjoy your tours! Hope you have an enjoyable weekend. We are having a cold spell again.

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  10. It all looks so neat and tidy - and like it's ready to burst forth soon!

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  11. I see you had a long winter also. Our roses always bloom in March around the twentieth, however it was late April before they bloomed fully this year. I know you are glad winter is over. I am glad I read this blog I have daffodils I need to move they do not get enough sun.

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