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June 25, 2009



Your garden looks great! I haven't been feeling very well this year so not much gardening has gotten done. Oh well, next year!


kana conger

I am loving your garden and wish that I had such a pretty yard! I really like the herb garden and that you can just step outside and pick them fresh.


Okay, the water heater planter has got to be a classic Karla invention! Love it, such a pretty yard!

Martha C

I love your yard, it looks so large. My yard is 3 parts, but it is so much smaller. I am so jealous, my yard is my sanctury. Looks like you have a lot of places to just enjoy God's beauty. Thanks for sharing, Martha


Lovely! And aren't those tomatoes going to taste so good!

Elaine L.

I'm with you. I only grow things that do well in my climate zone and that require little water. Luckily, roses grow well, here, and I have a courtyard where they're safe from the rabbits.

I, also, love the idea of stacked pots.


debi @ life in my studio

I love your gardens...they are so pretty and whimsical. So much fun to look at!


Your garden looks lovely! In a few weeks everything will be so full and pretty that no one will know that you planted a wee bit late. :) And I'm with you on the clearanced plants. I've gotten some real good stuff that way. Two $3.00 sad little branches that were marked "almond tree" and "orange tree" are now pretty and fluffy and producing nicely. SO glad that I couldn't resist taking them home with me.


Yes, definitely worth posting. :) Loved it !


Beautiful Karla! You garden is so pretty and I love all the garden art and decor. So you! Have a faublous & safe trip to FL! Im headed there next week. ;) Hugs! XO,Jenn


Hi Karla, I hope you are ok. I love your
garden and hopefully someone will water it
for you while you are away. Is that
Twinkle in the pics? Soooooo sweet!


Bunny Rose Cottage

Karla! I loved this post! Everything is so beautiful! I plante three knockout rose bushes this year, my first knockouts. I sure hope they do well :) I love topiaries!!



Love your whimsy style...and the plates in the planter are so sweet....looks like it's shaping up to be a little slice of Eden..enjoy! and thanks for sharing :)


Yarrow does extremely well on the Front Range of Colorado, too. I think we have similar sandy soil.

It spreads like wild fire. It can smell a little weedy when it gets hot, so I put it away from the house.

Of course, that's when I had a garden. Now it's just pots on a small patio attached to our tiny townhouse :)


Karla, your garden is just sooooo beautiful..I love it..

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