Hummingbird doorknobs and hinges reflecting nature- the fairies who live here have done well for themselves. Either at a tree base or tucked into a mound under colorful flowers, you won't miss these fancy doors. Of course, that's if the house fairies let me take them outside. They may claim them first!
Last years projects consumed my life! This year I have felt a little sad, as absolutely nothing seemed needing to be created, just constant upkeep. I adore creating something from nothing, I crave it and need it like oxygen! For some reason, this morning I saw the old tree stumps in our yard that have been used for potted plants and voila, fairy villages began to breathe life into the dark, void I used to call my mind. It's so nice to see color blooming inside my mind again! Yay! I
like to start at the beginning so welcome to my world of 'nothing but an ugly tree stump!'
Well I started out weeding some hills around our gazebo...then hubby and I finished off with pergola's, waterfall with ponds and fish, a bridge or 2...a lot of stairs and pathways. Oh yes
and let's NOT forget the firepit! I love the yard and I am in love with the fish!
Commented on May 06, 2013
It's still a little early here in the mountains. A LOT of rain and cool weather. I have
basically just been cleaning and popping in new, fresh plants. General weeding and spring planting. I will post more pictures a little later. I always work on improving an area, but nothing the size of last Fall! I am looking for a Cherokee rose if anybody can tell a girl on the NC, Ga, Tn border where to find one. So far no luck. Daughters pet died and she desperately wants to put a Cherokee rose over the grave. How about you Donna, any new stuff to share? Always looking for new ideas!