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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Changes on the bank

 

Today the landscapers came to redo our area around the pond. The weeds had just overwhelmed me so I starting over. It looks so sparse now with very little plants. I have to have faith that they will grow and spread.

 

5 comments :

  1. It looks good Peg. I was over whelmed with my perennial border and had a landscaper come in June before our big family reunion and help me get control. I looked wonderful all summer although now the flowers know it is late, late August and everything is looking less than perfect. I have composted several containers and a couple more are going before the weekend.

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  2. Your landscaping looks wonderful! It is hard to wait for the plants to grow and fill in, I guess gardening is another lesson in patience. :)
    It has taken longer than I wanted to to visit your blog and let you know that I was just visiting Pittsburgh. My daughter competed in the Archery competition that was in Somerset, PA. My husband and I stay in Pittsburgh and drove down to see her on the days she competed. We didn't do many touristy things, but we did enjoy our visit!

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  3. you still have the lovely sound of the water! how i love that.
    and it looks so clean and tidy.
    it will be fun watching it grow and fill in... and NOT THINKING ...
    "oh my goodness i need to get at those weeds!" XO♥

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  4. I think your pool area will look gorgeous when it grows in. It looks very orderly and under control right now ~ that waterfall is so pretty. You had a lovely shot of it a post or two back. Sending you a big hug!

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  5. Oh Peggy, this is just beautiful! Our backyard is a wooded area and I would love to do something along these lines. Looks like you have your own little piece of paradise just out your door!

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