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The Backyard is Filling in Beautifully & A Few New Glass Crafts.

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Just thought I'd share how the backyard is filling in. I love waking up in the morning and going out about 6am with my coffee and seeing what has bloomed today. It's so refreshing & peaceful. I'm not your typical gardener, I really don't know what I'm doing. If I see something I like I plant it. If it starts looking a little sad I move it to another location. I don't trim when I'm suppose too, so I'm told. But everything seems to grow anyways. I just water & appreciate the beauty.
  • the backyard is filling in beautifully amp few new glass crafts, flowers, gardening, outdoor living

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  • Kathleen Hibben
    Kathleen Hibben Roseville, CA

    I know where you lived. I work at some of the Elementary schools near there :) I grew up in Sacramento and Roseville was sooooo far away (in the sticks) haha now I live here and we are getting big...........Enjoy your garden and hopefully stay cool

  • Gracie McDaniel
    Gracie McDaniel Coldwater, MS

    I <3 the rain boots and the bird! Y'all give me inspiration to get out and make a spot to sit in my yard. I have no deck, porch, or patio... sigh...

  • Karen Smith
    Karen Smith Easley, SC


  • Zerlindatar
    Zerlindatar Morgan Hill, CA

    I do love the look of 4:00s but had to start deleting them from my yard a few years ago. They grow TOO well here in Morgan Hill, CA. I had several colors but they were becoming invasive in so many areas of my garden front and back. It took me 4 or 5

  • Bernice H
    Bernice H Woodburn, OR

    Beautiful , thanks for letting us peek. Your dish flower is lovely. I have some also.(posted) My problem is water spotting and hard water glazing all my dish creations. I always wonder what the other folks here on HT do about hard water glazing and