BEAUTIFUL GARDENS, BECAUSE IT'S WHAT WE NEED

I had a post ready for today that offers some tips on using a chipper shredder (knowledge gained after a long weekend of quality time with one). Upon further review, it seems like a very bad idea to be talking about a somewhat dangerous machine today.

So whether you are shocked and disappointed or cautiously optimistic today, I give you ...
Pictures of beautiful gardens. Enjoy.


Distinctive Gardens

San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014

Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island

Chiltern Estate

KMLD

Projekt 1

Clamshell Alley

Lakefront Landscape

11 comments :

  1. This actually help quite a bit. Breath in, breath out, add more plants to your "must purchase" list. Thanks Erin.

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  2. I have a purple iris that decided to bloom today. I live in lower Michigan. There is hope and beauty if you know where to look for it. Thanks for this post.

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  3. I really needed this more than I knew. Thank you.

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  4. This was just what the dr ordered. All of those paths reminded me that we are indeed on a path to the unknown. Hopefully it will be as beautiful as these paths are.

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  5. Thank you. Lovely and soul-nourishing.

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  6. Your emails in my inbox in the morning make me happy. Thanks Erin!

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  7. Just what the dr. ordered! We can at least create beauty and harmony in our little corners of the world. Thanks for sharing those lovely gardens.

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  8. Gorgeous gardens, perfect timing. It's hard to feel sad in a garden.

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  9. Perfect antidote to the horror. Still can't believe it. Can't decide if I should just try to accept it or stay motivated and mad. Decided to start wearing my button that says "Democratic Warrior Women" again.

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