Tuesday, June 16, 2009

I come to the garden

looking toward the playground

looking to the front yard

from my deck

from the front yard

My "Water feature"

I sing the hymn " I come to the garden alone, while the dew is still on the roses, and the voice I hear falling on my ear, the Son of God discloses" whenever I am working out here.


  1. Wow, Beautiful! just stunning! Will the boys help maintain it?

  2. WOW, I could really use your help on my yard! Yours is better than Martha's, you know Stewart.

    B E A U T I F U L

  3. Chelle, those pictures are absolutely beautiful. I especially love the water feature and the one of your side yard from your deck.

  4. Thank you for visiting my blog.I hope you enjoyed each post.
    I love the outdoors and have loved flower gardening all my life. Since I have some age on me I can only do some around my patio. I do some in pots as well since my husband went home to be with the Lord and our daughter.
    Your yard is beautiful & I know it has taken much time and work to get it that way. To be out in the fresh air and hear God's symphony & melodies with the bird songs makes a person feel wonderful. i have sung that song for many a year and it never grows old to me.
    God Bless you today .Come visit any time

  5. Those are beautiful flowers. Are the salvia? they look similar to out bluebonnets. My wife has lantanas in the backyard. I grow a Texas Star verbena in a large pot on the porch, it is only a few moths old and already huge.

  6. Its a sin to covet...but I sure LOVE your yard and flowers.

  7. Michelle, your yard is beautiful! I've just got to make a trip up to see you and your parents! Maybe after I see yours and their yards, I'll get inspired to do something with mine!

  8. I need more flowers - your garden is gorgeous!

  9. in the second picture, the blue flower is lupine, in the fourth, ajuga. We are in a rainforest in the PNW, so everything grows huge!

  10. five years ago i set out to make it look like a magazine. I said it would be ready in 3 years. I guess reality set in...maybe in 3 years.


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