These are the stories of a gardener and her adventures in and sometimes out of her eclectic and eccentric garden in a suburb of Houston, Texas.
Looking good--but I was expecting to see some rocks!
Lookin' good in the 'hood! Rock on.
Love the views of your garden in the evening. It looks very good!Carol, May Dreams Gardens
The evening light is beautiful on the garden. I can't wait to see in front of the gate too with the rocks.
Cindy, It's a beautiful garden that you have created...Like MMD, I am also eager to see the rocks in their new home! gail
I was looking for rocks too! You surprised me with flowers. ;-)
Your yard is so lush with greenery and pretties. I hope you didn't deal with all that rock weight by yourself. You'll have one aching back!Brenda
Gorgeous! I have to say your collage at the top is one of the prettestiest things that come across my screen in a long time.Can't wait to see your project update!
Thanks, y'all! I'll post an update on my progress with the rocks in the next couple of days. Yes, I'm moving them all by myself but I'm being very careful. I've learned from experience that two days in a row of such activity results in the necessity for one day of complete and utter INactivity! Dang, it wasn't like that 10 years ago ... !!!
Just discovered your blog. Love the pictures and looking forward to see what you do with all that rock
Okay, I missed my Monday post! I ended up working on my taxes until the wee hours of sunday night/monday morning, and completely forgot about it! Your garden is absolutely gorgeous and in full swing; I'll try to do better next week.
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