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Sunday, November 2, 2014

November Tour 2014

Front Garden

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

7 comments:

  1. Everything looks very tidy for winter. Hope you two are enjoying the weekend.

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  2. With that bright sunshine, it still looks like you should be growing things!
    Some things still look so nice and green. We've been frozen out for so long and yet my chives and parsley are still trying hard to grow. The snow we had squished them a bit, but they're still green and beautiful.

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  3. Everything looks so tidy and ready for a winter's sleep before next season. Wish I could say the same here--I have been lulled into thinking fall would last forever:) But a killing frost and hard freeze the last few days have made me realize I had better get busy!

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  4. You certainly are all ready for winter. What a bright sunshiny day shown in these photos. You wouldn't think winter was around the corner.

    Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

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  5. GonSS, yup, everything is starting to get that winter look here too. I'll be working on the finishing touches of putting all the summer things in storage for the long winter snooze. I for one am sort of glad this year's growing season is over. It hasn't been such a stellar year for the gardens but it did have it's moments. Better management would have been key to having more productive gardens. Next year will be a better year .... I hope.

    Have a great fall garden day.

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  6. Looks good, mine is full of leaves. I still have roses. Walked out and saw a pretty yellow bush full of blooms. We had a death in the family. I have not written a blog page in a while. But I will in a day or two. Just needed to check on one of my most faithful readers. You have done well, everything is ready for winter.

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  7. Hello from Polnad :)
    Garden ready for the winter that you can now rest :) I watch your garden with great pleasure every time. The patio is wonderful! Power of hugs.

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