Bear in the garden
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With out a plan

When I moved into the house just over 6 yrs ago I didn't have a plan on what to do with the back yard, it was a mess and kind of scary, there had been a pool there at one time and all I had is a big round sand pit and lots of weeds. I spent the winter working on plans for the yard I hated every thing I came up with, come spring I waited to see what came up and up came the weeds and lots of clover didn,t know what I was going to do, I just started to make flower beds to fill in the yard and keep the clover cut, the yard is still in the works but then I think every yard is still in the works. just a few pic of what I had to work with and what it looks like this past summer. after you look at the pic just out this link I think it came out great for not having a plan
https://s274.photobucket.com/albums/jj252/GardenBear1/Sunday%20afternoon/?albumview=slideshow
Bear

[img]https://i274.photobucket.com/albums/jj252/GardenBear1/backyard02b.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i274.photobucket.com/albums/jj252/GardenBear1/backyard02a.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i274.photobucket.com/albums/jj252/GardenBear1/backyard02.jpg[/img]
My Mother is earth, my Father is the sun, My sister is the wind, I'm Bear the keeper of the caves

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rainbowgardener
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Lovely, you have turned your wasteland into a peaceful oasis!

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earth
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saw all the pictures... u have made it so beautiful!
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MysticGardener67
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AAhhhh...

So much better! I can feel the property values rising as we speak!

Zinnia
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I know this is a late post, but absolutely lovely! I am so jealous, I would love to take a wasteland and lovingly turn it into a beautiful garden!

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