I absolutely loved this house with it’s wrap around porch that I spied while on vacation in Maine this past summer.
The simplicity of multiple pots of Eucalyptus lined up on the edge of the porch stopped me in my tracks.
The plants gently swayed in the breeze that was bringing in salty air from the water.
An inspiration for my own garden this summer.
Where do you find garden inspiration?
Winter still has a firm grip on the garden. I’ve struggled with Blogging over the last year and have wondered if I should still continue the journaling of the little garden. Maybe when the snow melts and the garden begins to wake up-I will too.
If you need some rest; sit at the edge of the pasture and watch your horse eat his hay!
Now this is my kind of Autumn weather!
I was able to spend an entire day out in the garden, trying to clean up spent perennials and even got a few bulbs planted. Sunshine has been very scarce and I had felt my mood began to darken along with the weather. The Burning Bush is like a big cup of coffee for my soul!
The weather has been colder and wetter then normal!
Sunshine has been very scarce and I’m behind in the garden chores.
Mother Nature, I need a little cooperation.
Where have I been?
I know I’ve been a bad Blogger!
I spent time behind the garden shed, creating a little secret shady garden this summer.
Two sweet Babydoll lambs joined the garden.
Meet Sheffield and Barnsley.
Midnight joined Jimmy in the pasture.
My little petting zoo is complete.
You can also follow along with the garden on my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/downtoearthdigs/