Notes about living and gardening somewhere down in Texas
What a lovely tour, so many ideas to draw from in these yards. :)
So glad you posted pictures from last weekend. Now I need to hear all about it :D
What a fun day! I noticed the flagstone patios right away. Love it! Your part of Texas looks so elegant.
Racquel-it was fun, but got hot! :) I do get ideas from these garden tours, but some of the gardens are too elaborate for me!JJ--didn't have time to tell anything about these blogging, but I can tell you at work! :)Tina--flagstone is a big player here in Texas. Did you notice how the tour was big houses and gardens, then smaller ones? I love the smaller, quaint gardens the most! Always cute garden rooms and neat "treasures" hidden in beds! :)
An amazing tour. So glad you took us along. Learned something.
Glad you enjoyed the tour Lola. It was fun!
They are all so beautiful; but I have to admit, I'm partial to the smaller ones! So many great ideas. I love the edging done with wine bottles; if only I had the patience to try that.
Nola--I could not agree with you more!! I am not a big house person. I love quaint cottages. With the big houses..you know they don't do the work themselves. At the smaller gardens, proudly stands the home owner who is the gardener!
I dearly love taking garden tours, but our little town does no such thing. Sure miss my old pal from Michigan, she would always go with me on garden walks! My favorite rose is my yellow Michelangelo. I love yellow flowers and it smells fabulous!
Oh Robin, I am a big fan of yellow flowers too! And you can tell as you look at my garden. Red and yellow, with some white and a little blue.
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