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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.
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  • Barb Rosen
    Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

    What a paradise you've made, Tammy! I just can't get over that you can plant Amaryllis in the ground too!

  • Tammy Brenner
    Tammy Brenner Stockton, CA

    Thank you so much. When it died back a few years ago in the house, I just stuck it in the ground outback & it comes back every year with it's outstanding beauty.

  • Donna Shipley
    Donna Shipley Mckinleyville, CA

    The plant you asked about looks a lot like one my grandmother called a 4 o'clock. Do the flowers close at night... 4 o'clock's do. You have a really lovely yard :)

  • Robyn
    Robyn Phoenix, AZ

    Beautiful! I especially love that you say you don't do it the "right way" and you go by your gut in gardening. Look how beautiful it all turns out!

  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL

    For someone who professes to not know what they are doing, you are certainly doing something right!

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