It's snowing here, so this was a breath of fresh air!Hope you're having a wonderful weekend.Kat :)
Beautiful! The photo of the gate looks as though it is leading into someone's secret garden, and the container (wooden wheelbarrow) for herbs is a very creative idea.
Beautiful.. beautiful images! We had a light dusting of snow overnight also ... so I can't think gardens at the moment ... everything is quite dead in my garden!But thank you for the bright visuals Leigh!xx
Oh, just the photos I needed! Love them!Brenda
That delicious shade of blue on the painted bench always reminds me of Monet.
Hi Leigh, So lovely! I think the gate is my favourite but that tub with the hydrangas is equally as wonderful...We had storms in the night so the birds are chirping and wind is blowing and the grass is deciding if it has enough effort to turn green, your pics add inspiration and motivation to my day, cheers Katherine
See this beautiful pics makes me happy!!
Beautiful! I love old gates like the third image and basically love any garden that gives a sense of discovery as you wander through. Not sure my yard is big enough for that! I am still planning on digging up more lawn for flower beds so your pics provide much inspiration!
I love this post! Such pretty pictures. I can't wait for summer...
Oh those aliums are going to look stunning when they are all opened up against the blue of the bench. I can't wait for the spring to come and warm us up here in good old blighty so I can get out into my garden. Em x
I can almost smell those hyacinths. Lovely inspiration for us all. -Lili
Purple always looks its best in the garden. Love the first photo the touch of yellow makes it
Were do you find such beautiful images! don't tell cuz..i look forward to your blogs! lulu
These are pure magic, Leigh, especially that third one dow. I so want take a walk there. Tonight it is -10 degrees F where we are, and we are piled under quilts and blankets to stay warm. A bit of garden green would be lovely right now! xo Gigi
What a gorgeous purple bench - now that is lovely!x
Great pop of color!..Maria
Such lovely images for a summery weekend! I love that gate, but my fave is that cute wooden cart, filled with herbs... cheers:)
These photos are a rather lovely 'cup of cheer' on a rather dismal UK morning! So thanks!Best WishesRobert Webber
Hi LeighLove the 2nd and 3rd images.. so restful to the eye and have me wanting a getaway in the country.... Hope you've had a great weekend.. xx Julie
Oh how I miss a garden, isn't this all just soooo beautiful? Hope you had a wonderful weekend!http://marinagrenadinescieldequimper.blogspot.com/
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Beautiful photos - I can't wait for some warmer weather and being able to hang out in the yard! Great collection.Chelsea
I like to propagate hydrangea, but always hide them until they get tall enough to go in the garden. That photo of them in the buckets is pure inspiration to show them off!Oh, the photos you find! They always give me a thrill and make my head spin with ideas.lol Thank you.Have a great day, Lynea
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