MY GARDEN

If I'm not Kwilting...
I'm in my Garden

  Faerie Gardens here


1. Pergola with climbing Hydrangeas  2. Climbing Hydrangeas with Clematis  3. Birdbath, Solomons Seal, Hostas, Painted Ferns and  Japanese Maple, Woodland potting bench  4. Woodland potting bench

1.  Azaleas  2, Climbing Hydrangea with Jakamani Clematis 3. Secret Garden  4. Wildlife Habitat Certification Sign



1 & 2  Deck bed with hostas/ferns andClimbing Hydrangea  
3 & 4  Pergola view of hydrangea and clemitis




The Gordon Garden's "15 minutes of Fame" 
in 2005 Local Weatherman, Mike Davis and Channel 10 TV
held a contest for a "Backyard Weather Broadcast"
I emailed photos and my garden was selected.
1.  Kathy, Mike and Phil 2.  Crew setting up 3. Mike broadcasting while sitting on my Pergola 5) Crew setting up


A favorite spot in the garden
just grows bigger and more beautiful each year!
Jackamani Clemetis and a climbing hydrangea
on a trellis with a rusted "Welcome"!


 FAERIE GARDENS ABOUND IN MY GARDEN

Garden Faeries come at dawn

Bless the flowers then they're gone.

~Author Unknown


When I'm not Kwilting...
I am probably in my garden...
looking for Faeries!


I made the hypertufa troughs and many of the
mushrooms peeking thru the plants. 








8 comments:

  1. You have fairy gardens! I just acquired some pieces to build one in the window well for my daughter so when she's home from college, she won't have a yucky hole-in-the-back-of-the-cave basement room. Need to get the well capped first, though.

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  2. Wonderful garden!I'm hosta lover too.

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  3. I love your gardens, such a dreamy place. I am still developing mine.

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  4. Gorgeous Gordon Gardens! With Mike Davis there, that must mean you are in the Columbus area! I'm a neighbor to the SE (60 miles) in Hocking County:)

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  5. Just beautiful! Bet you can't wait for spring, I'm itching to get in the dirt as well but my garden isn't any where as nice as yours. Thanks for stopping by my blog - you guessed right on stonehedge - thank you

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  6. Your garden is breathtaking. Mine is close, but have a few more years to establish itself. Clematis is one of my favorites. (Oh, who am I kidding I love them all!). Hydrangea don't do we'll in our zone, but oh I wish they did. Thanks for following my blog. :)

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  7. Your garden is beautiful! How fun to have the weatherman over. I'm so glad you included this page in your blog.

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