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January 11, 2012

More inspired thoughts of spring gardening

- by Debra Anchors


In my Gardens Inspired post this past Saturday, I shared some images I had saved in my files during 2011 that are inspiring my mood and plans for spring these days. Thank you for all of your kind comments and requests to see more.

Fashionista


Fashionista
Altum's Horticultural Center & Landscape
Zionsville, Indiana

Quilt Garden
Quilt Garden
Elkhart, Indiana

Peaceful Pathway
Peaceful Pathway
Photography - Michael Hunter
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Washing away winter
Washing away winter
Zionsville, Indiana

What is your inspiration?

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Garden like you'll live forever!
Debra 

14 comments:

  1. I love to see garden inspiration! These are all unique and interesting. My inspiration comes from books, mainly, then I try to figure out what and how it might work in my garden.

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  2. Oh I love the washing away winter! How adorable and whimsical!
    Very nice to meet you, stopped by from the over 40 hop.

    Tracy

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    1. Thank yo for stopping by Savannah. It's great to meet you too - I'll stop by your blog, too.

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  3. I really like the last photo. The pennisetum almost looks like fireworks. :o)

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  4. the pictues are inprirational to me..I could look at them or hours and never get tired of it! Now I can't wait for spring and flowers!
    I am your newest follower..pls follow bak if you can!

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    1. Hello, momto8 - I'm so happy you found me. Thank you for following me - I am honored. I'll be over to check-out your blog, too.

      Which pictures were you viewing, the ones in this post or those under the "My Gardens" tab? Either way, I'm very happy you enjoyed it here!

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  5. I like how whimsical and creative these are...it seems, in gardening, the possibilities are endless!

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  6. Hi, Debra! How are you, dear? Do you remember me? I'm Flavia, from Brazil. You comment my blog (http://casinhabonitinha.blogspot.com/) and I loved your blog. I have some little gardens too, but my house is not so big. I love gardening, it's like therapy for me. I think flowers are the most beaultiful things in decorating. And you, what do you think?
    Thanks for your visit and your friendship. I'll be back here, I loved it.
    Kisses for you, have a nice week.

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    1. Of course I remember you, Flavinha!

      I love your blog full of inspirational ideas and ways to use found objects in the home. Thank you for commenting and following Gardens Inspired - please stop by again soon!

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  7. These are some fun gardens. I looked at your own photos, too. You have a beautiful place! I am not sure what I am inspired by. I am working on planting mostly native plants in my newest front yard planting area. I am excited to see what all survived the winter. It hasn't been cold, but it has been dry, and I should have watered some of the newer smaller ones.

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  9. Hello, love some of the ideas for small gardens, we have a big problem with our small lawn, our female Miniture Schnauzer has ruined it, there are more scorched and bare patches now than there is grass, and we were wondering what else we could do with it? we have an upper terrace that has slate paving, but we wanted something that is a bit different and easy to care for and that won't cost an arm and leg, Any ideas please???

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