Sounds really pretty.
Well, since we only bought this place at the beginning of this year, so far
we have not done much to the yard because I have been so busy peeling ugly
wallpaper and repainting ... you know.. that girl thing. Remodeling a couple
of the bathrooms.
So far I have gotten for the yard...
LOL.. a Husky 22hp - 48" deck lawn tractor and went back to California to
pick up our Kubota tractor. We mow and brush-hog about half of our place and
the rest is in wild woods pretty much
We have a nice big pond that we are trying to come up with some ideas on and
I am thinking that I would like to terrace down to it from the house and
maybe put a pier out over it. The problem with that is that this summer we
killed half a dozen snakes down there. It kind of took the romance out of
the whole pond thing.
We have a few Dogwoods out amongst the trees. We spent a while out by the
shop this summer thinning under some big trees. Next year maybe we will get
started on the yard. I call it that in the loosest form of definition I
possibly can get away with .
Your yard sounds pretty. I hope to make a rock garden kind of thing out here
a little at a time.
| > > Hey, what are you doing in here?
| > Umm... hiding from the rest of the world in my garden ;ŽD
| > Heck Patrick, I have 10 acres I have to do SOMETHING with!
| > and what are YOU doing in here??
| I'm originally from the Midwest, so gardening is kinda in my blood.
| I only have a nice sized city lot, but I enjoy filling it up neat
| shrubs, flowers, and trees. I have three Dogwoods, two Redbuds, two
| Japanese Maples (that grow to 20-25 feet), and a Kwanza Cherry. I
| have two varieties of Honeysuckle, lots of Azaleas and Crape Myrtles,
| a Gardenia, and a couple Hydrangas to name just a few.
| What do you have?