Category Archives: landscaping

Semi-wordless Wednesday: the world around us

How gorgeous is this time of year?   Sometimes we just sit and stare in wonder at the beauty of the world around us.  Take time to enjoy nature, even if you just look at pictures. 

1-13-13 yard

deer duo

Hampton Oak 4-2013

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Semi-Wordless Wednesday: Backyard Goodies

We love gardening on our time off.  This is just a sample of the goodies in our backyard.

magnolia

The Magnolia is the classic Southern flower to us. There is something romantic about the blooms.

loquats

We love the pop of color from Loquats. Subtle and stunning at the same time. And they make a lovely snack.

berries

Bonus wild blackberries! We found these while clearing brush and pulling weeds.

berries 3

It’s hard to leave them alone.

berries 2

This was the first pop of wild berry color we saw. Of course we had to take a few shots.

We also have azaleas and fig trees.  We’re waiting for the figs to bear and have vision of fig preserves on the brain.  How does your garden grow?

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Semi-Wordless Wednesday: Gardening on the brain

Spring weather makes us think of gardening.  We can’t help it. We love the sight of majestic old Oak trees and the colors of blooming flowers.

Lavender is one of our all-time favorites. Graeme Weatherston photo.

Lavender is one of our all-time favorites. Graeme Weatherston photo.

Azaleas are high on our list of favorites, too.

Azaleas are high on our list of favorites, too.

flowers 3-2013

We’re not sure what this one is called, but look at the colors! Do you know what it is?

Hampton Oak 4-2013

There is nothing like sitting under an Oak!

As for our garden, it’s temporarily on hold.  Until we can plant, we’ll enjoy the fruits of others’ labor.  Have you started your garden?  What’s in it? Containers, raised beds, or in ground?

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