5/15/20

the garden

 Since we moved, I have been busy with checking out the garden.  There are hundreds of
rose bushes and an assortment of soooo many other lovely flowers and trees, all in addition to
a small orchard!
The landord has given us free reign over the garden as they have no interest in it. 
Oh, the possibilities!!



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23 comments:

Manav Singhi said...

Great, Looks like You are going to have an interesting project in hand. . . . Have a Nice Day. . . :)

At Home In New Zealand said...

It's great to watch a new garden through its first year, discovering little treasures as they pop up and show themselves. So much fun :)

Gardenrelish said...

Beautiful! Have fun in your new garden space.

Natasha said...

So much to be grateful for. And possibilities galore. I'm sure the garden will flourish under your tender loving care, Betty.

Enjoy!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
First, congrats on your move, hope you have a long and happy time in this new place. Second - WOW!!! You are going to have fun &*> YAM xx

Michelle said...

How wonderful is that?! Nothing better than a garden, I think. I look forward to reading/seeing all of your progress. Thanks for linking up and stay well.

Kayni said...

You have a beautiful garden. It will be a fun project.

Lisa said...

Free rein for a garden! Wonderful! Hopefully you can live there a good long time once you get things "your" way. I lived in a rental (before moving where I am now) for over 25 years, and the owner didn't mind what we did. He didn't mind pets either!

bill burke said...

Congrats on your move. That's really nice that your landlord has allowed you free reign over the garden and orchard. We lived in a place that we weren't allowed to do anything with the garden. He would never come and keep it trimmed and looking good and the berries and apples we left to rot but the birds enjoyed that. Enjoy your garden Betty and have a wonderful weekend.

Taken For Granted said...

Know you will have great fun with your garden as you have posted beautiful flowers for a long time. Just do not eat that mushroom. My guess is that it is poisonous, an amanita mascaria. Look forward to seeing what you grow.

Lowcarb team member said...

I think you are going to enjoy your garden!
Lovely photographs.

All the best Jan

kiwikid said...

Wonderful to have free reign over the garden, enjoy.

Lea said...

Pretty!
Hope you are having a great weekend!

Arun Goyal said...

Its exciting to plan about garden with enormous possibilities and designs to work upon it.Loved that collage of beautiful blooms .Happy blooms day.

Biggi said...

Hallo liebe Betty,
Glückwunsch zu Eurem Umzug. Das ist schön, dass Euer Vermieter Euch erlaubt den Garten nach Eurem Geschmack zu gestalten.
Ein Garten ist etwas wunderbares und Ihr werdet es genießen. Er macht zwar viel Arbeit, aber man kann sich dort auch erholen und entspannen.

Ein schönes Wochenende wünsche ich Dir.
Liebe Grüße
Biggi

Evi said...

Oh wow its a wonderland!! So many beautiful flowers to photograph, draw or pick - I'd be excited too! I dont have access to a garden of any sorts right now and I sure am missing it! Have fun!!

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

Congrats on your new home. The garden looks lovely, so many pretty flowers.
Enjoy your day, happy weekend!

Susie of Arabia said...

One of my favorite hobbies is photographing flowers. You have quite a nice variety in your garden!

Saša S. said...

Enjoy, flowers need only water and love.

Kris Peterson said...

How wonderful to have a new garden to work in and with! Enjoy yourself!

Rose said...

Beauty abounds!

kiwimeskreations said...

Oh what an amazing garden, and how wonderful you may do what you want in it.... that will keep you busy!
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine

Karl said...

Nice collage !
Happy Sunday !