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Sunday, January 3, 2016

January Tour 2016

Front Garden

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Patio


Alley

15 comments:

  1. Hi and happy new year! Always love seeing your pretty home/yard. It has been warm and rainy in GA but we are finally having colder weather. (highs in the 50's) Hope you have a nice week.

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  2. Wow,the forest is getting even bigger Sherlock. I feel that the space station will be able to see it soon haha. It looks cold and dry there....is it?

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    1. Cold and dry is pretty accurate. Really need some more rain. December started out promising, but after one wet weekend, all the snow/rain had gone around us. That forest is pretty amazing. I remember when they were tiny trees.

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  3. Although I don't always comment, I always enjoy your garden tours!

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  4. Well, that doesn't look very January to me-LOL!
    We finally (FINALLY!!) got our snow and I'm thrilled.
    Hope you have a terrific 2016--I'll be looking forward to the year's progression in your garden. Best to you

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    1. You must have gotten our snow! Seems every system lately has gone around us. Although, I feel for the mess Texas and Missouri had when it last skipped us. Enjoy your snow! Happy New Year.

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  5. Good Afternoon, It is always lovely to see how your garden looks with each season that passes.
    Now my garden looks totally different as we are having torrential rain at the moment, with areas around us becoming flooded.
    There has certainly been some strange weather around this year. My daughter visited a friend in Rochester, who normally experiences acres of snow, but not a snow flake in sight this year.
    Happy New Year to you.
    Best wishes
    Daphne

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  6. It's amazing how brown you gardens can be and then how green and lush at other times.

    I can't figure out how to send you an email through that link so I'll just say here, thank you for your love & hugs and support. It means a lot ~ FlowerLady

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  7. Every time I see your forest, I imagine kids playing in there or creating a secret fort. :o) Happy New Year!

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    1. The neighbor kids did play in the 'forest' a lot when they were younger (and smaller). Never knew what toys I would find in there and put out on their side of the trees.

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  8. My garden looks much the same--all brown and no snow. At least it's not under water after all the rain we had last week:) Happy New Year!

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  9. Our garden looks very similar to yours. December was unusually warm, which confused many of our Spring bulbs, but it has now turned colder. It will be interesting to see what happens in the months ahead.

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  10. Happy New Year.... We finally have had some cold weather here ... In fact, when we walked yesterday morning, it was SIX degrees out there... Brrrrrr... We got a tiny bit of snow this week --but not much... Our garden looks similar to yours... Guess we are ALL waiting for SPRING... ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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