Sep 12, 2011

~ connie's inspired garden

After I did Stacey's inspired home, (here) she told me about a garden that I should photograph. Connie, a friend of her's apparently had this amazing garden that Stacey thought would make a great post. Wait until you see this amazingness... Perfect for this end-of-summer garden series that seems to be developing this week... 









Postcard worthy...


Another possible postcard...





Wow.





Me likey.









Thank you to Connie!
I'm linking up at Mosaic Monday!
I have one more garden to share with you. Ironically, the last garden in this garden series belongs to the first home in the inspired home series... Kelly!

(Thanks also to Stacey for sharing this little gem - I still want to do your garden!)

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10 comments:

A Flair for Vintage Decor said...

She is so talented!! Makes me wish I had a green thumb:) Take care, Caroline

cityfarmer said...

beautiful beautiful ...


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An Eye for Detail said...

The most surprising part is the contemporary house! Total surprise: I expected a traditional style for sure...This is fabulous!

Teagarden said...

What a wonderful garden! I like the blue-white potterie.
Thanks for sharing!
Markus

Kim, USA said...

OMG, I so love this garden. Wish mine is like this It will take maybe 5 to 10 years for mine to be like this hehehe. But I have an idea on where to begin, how to decorate my garden. Love that iron stand with potted plants, like to have that here in my garden. This garden is gorgeous! ^_^ thanks for sharing!

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Kim, USA said...

OMG, I so love this garden. Wish mine is like this It will take maybe 5 to 10 years for mine to be like this hehehe. But I have an idea on where to begin, how to decorate my garden. Love that iron stand with potted plants, like to have that here in my garden. This garden is gorgeous! ^_^ thanks for sharing!

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pve design said...

Does she need an artist to move in and sketch that secret garden? I love it.
pve

Mary @ Framed and Tagged said...

Amazing and beautiful!! She must live in the Northwest? This is the garden I dream of having but *sigh* we live in Texas.

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Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

Perfect garden. I'm also in love with the white painted brick house in your previous post.
Best,
Susan

Anonymous said...

Just a whiff of envy for your rain-filled environment. Our desert is less rewarding, although with irrigation we have happy citrus. Stone fruit needs more chill even with "low chill" trees having been selected; global warming is likely to do away with our nectarines, peaches and apricots entirely.
Meanwhile, your garden is a tribute to planning, experience, luck and - of course - HARD WORK. Ellery