Yard of Flowers Garden Tour 2015

The Yard of Flowers is owned by my brother and sister in law. It is a yard full of flower gardens bursting with lots of zinnias, annuals, perennials and fun junk! It is a must see riot of color.
Annuals bring tons of color to this flower bed next to the patio.
Full and lush, here calibrachoa and clematis grow next to the porch.
Besides having a green thumb, Kris brings whimsy to all of her gardens with junk!
An old cement bird bath pedestal with a galvanized tub on top adds vertical interest to this bed, along with orange bench ends flanking the garden path.
This garden path has been a Hometalk favorite every year.
Here is a fun rock formation framing a petite hosta! To see more flowers, great edgings, and whimsy, see my blog for the full tour.

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  • Sarah A. Victory
    on Sep 8, 2015

    Gorgeous, love all the color. It does take some planning to get the height of the plants so one can see it all from the front. Great job!

  • Chris
    on Oct 6, 2018

    I have those some bench ends and now after 18 years, have the perfect way to use them-as the bottom decoration for a sweet pea trellis in a breast cancer awareness bed. This will add the much needed visual relief among all the plants.

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