A One-Stop Garden Walk

and personal yard and gardens to the public,
 it's like visiting TEN yards in one!
 Granted, I have too many pictures in this post,
 but you should see what I left out!
 Ideas abounded!
 Much of the yard art was available for purchase in the shoppe.

 So caught up in the awesomeness of the place
 was I that I didn't get a picture of the generous refreshments
the Browns served the guests!

 There were many, many vignettes such as these throughout the rural property...

 I was strangely attracted by these slices of logs 
surrounded by grass so appropriatedly trimmed.

 How about these lavender beds?!?

All in all, our time there was happily spent.
(As for the maintenance involved, I can only imagine1)


  1. What fun! I'm kind of jealous - you seem to have a lot of garden walks in your area.

  2. What a fun garden tour, I especially love the silverware flower and the cascading fountain. Thank you for sharing.

    1. The silverware flower is something I have my "eye on", too. The cascading fountain, I love -- but it's not going to happen for me.

  3. I like the cans transformed in fountain and all the recycled things in this charming garden. The owners have a lot of good ideas. Their lavender is lovely.

    Thank you to share a corner of your world.

    Have a nice week

    1. I agree and liked the recycled items incorporated in this yard/garden. And the lavender was amazing! Lori harvests it and sells small bundles of it in her shoppe.

  4. So many good ideas there and such variety. They really are reusing things well. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I see good plants arrangement but what missing there are garden outdoor fountain.
    see some sample here www.gardenandponddepot.com

    1. Well, there WERE outdoor fountains. I pictured one here and was unable to take pictures of everything at this beautiful property.