Tuesday, 4 June 2013

My Garden Comes to Life


After such a cold, wet and destructive Spring the garden at last comes to life









Herb Garden too



Just made a 'peep hole' from the top patio


Blue skies today and sunny but with a brisk cold wind









The bottom patio coming along too but still have things to finish and add to my quirky corner



Looks so much better than the old shed and greenhouse



12 comments:

Willow said...

Such much color in your garden adds to the brightness of summer. LOVE the quirky corner!

Bernideen said...

Your garden is really heavenly - I'd like to invite you join me on Tuesdays for my Tea In The Garden linky party. All you need is a teacup in there somewhere!

Susan said...

I love that window in the back fence!!! Such a clever idea.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Things have really changed there in your garden. We had several cold windy but sunny days here too. Our azalea bushes are starting to fade now and some day lilies are just starting to bloom. Hope you warm up there so you can enjoy it all.

CherryPie said...

Your garden is looking very pretty and colourful.

Lorrie said...

What a beautiful place you are creating. Seeing the garden come to life is one of spring's delights.

Trisha said...

Barbara your gardens really did come alive. Completely vibrant, wow! You have a Blessed day and enjoy your beautiful gardens. Trisha

Sara said...

I'm so glad you are able to enjoy your garden at last! it's really beautiful and colorful. I love that peep hole you made. Can't help noticing the beautiful patterns the shadow of your table and chairs make in your quirky corner.

Cheri said...

It is stunning Barbara!

La Petite Gallery said...

Beautiful landscaping, and tons of work. Love that wisteria. Hope
you are enjoying the Summer, it was
a rough winter. Can't get enough of the flowers. I have noticed that some are blooming way ahead of time. Hope it isn't the canary in the coal mine.
Loved the post. yvonne

La Petite Gallery said...

Barbara, my comments are not published??

Sarah said...

So lovely to see an English garden coming to life! I moved to New Zealand from England 4 years ago and I love reading about English gardens on blogs! Love your post.