Sunday, February 26, 2012

Along the Garden Path....

source: bhg.com via Sherry on Pinterest

I have been dreaming lately of my garden, with no lack of inspiration over at Pinterest.  The pins I am sharing today are a visual laundry list of things I would love to accomplish/try in my garden this year.    Above, it would be nice to create a little path somewhere....


I would like to use my galvanized containers this year.  Thanks to my Grandparents, I now have four!


It would be fun to try one of these fairy gardens.  Shirley has made a really cute one  in the basket above.


I have created a little romantic border like this by my fence.  This will be the first year to see it bloomed out.


Hubs has started on a 12x12 concrete square patio.  Ours isn't this pretty, but it is coming along.  I really like how dramatic little 12x12 concrete pavers can be.

source: flicker.com via Sherry on Pinterest

 And...last but not least I would love to see the roses take off spilling all over the border.  I would also love to add a David Austin rose.  This rose is 'Glamis Castle' by David Austin.

What are your gardening goals this year?
  Sherry
I will link with:
Pinning and Singing Party with Natasha at 5 Minutes Just For Me
Sunday's Best Party at My 1929 Charmer

16 comments:

jeanetteann said...

Pinterest is great isn't it? gives us so many ideas. It's lovely to share ideas. Hope yours come to fruition.
x jeanetteann

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

WOW such beautiful inspiration Sherry!

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

I would like to add some David Austin roses too--the one you chose is so pretty! And the little fairy basket is adorable. Thanks for bringing them to our attention! Linda

Teacup-In-The-Garden said...

Wonderful!
Markus

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Great ideas. The galvanized containers are so charming. Incidently I just put a new path in my garden to help with funtion and maintainence. I am pleased with the results ~ hope you get to put in one too.

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Beautiful! So inspiring and making me want Spring to hurry up and come to Georgia!

Georgianna said...

Well, I can highly recommend the David Austins! I love mine. As for other goals, we are hoping to spend more time in our own garden during the summer. Last year we were traveling quite a bit then. No complaints but home is best, isn't it? – g

Elna said...

Beautiful and inspiring pictures. So lovely, me want *smile*.

Hugs
Elna

Heather said...

I would love to grow a climbing rose up a trellis as an entry into my vegetable garden. That would be a terrific addition to my garden. Love your inspirations.

Debbiedoo's said...

Beautiful photos Sherry. I really love the galvanized pots and watering can picture. Ahhh...Spring and flowers very soon.

Anne said...

I can't wait for spring...... tfs!!

Cynthia said...

Such beautiful things. I love the pictures from French Larkspur. I follow her.

Shirley said...

Dear Sherry,
This was a nice surprise :)
Thank you for finding my little fairy basket so delightful. I have been collecting building materials that have been laying on earths floor to build additional houses through my gardens this coming season. Fairies have invaded my property and I must say they are so delightful to have around! LOL!

Linda said...

Hi Sherry,
Such lovely images. Thanks for the inspiration this day! We have lots of snow still but am dreaming, dreaming... :-)
Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

iheartsunnydays said...

Gorgeous garden pins. I love the first garden path and the galvanised tins :)

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Such lovely garden pictures. Love the one of flowers in galvanized containers, Out this way that means I could leave them out all leave and not have to worry about them cracking in winter (always a good thing). I love gardening, and as I walked up the stairs to day, and the weather being so great I thought tomorrow I would head out to rake! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration at Sunday's Best Par.tay!

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