I love a gutsy garden. And the gutsy gardener who makes it. Here you go.
The Mello Garden
How on earth did you get a shot of the shovel garden with no bloggers in view? Job well done my friend….
‘Gutsy Gardener’ is now a new term in my lexicon. I will credit you, of course. What a creative individual. Gotta love that!
His garden was a labor of love and creativity.
Somehow I missed the dinosaur. Imagine that! Enjoyed chatting on the bus!
This garden was so unique, and Christopher was such a gracious host. This garden reminded me that your garden can be whatever you want it to be–forget what anyone else says! Nice to see you again in Asheville, Mary Ann.
Thanks Rose! Good to see you, too. Not nearly enough time to really “VISIT” tho. Next time!
Thank you Queen!
Skeeter: Trick: I go the opposite way of the crowd. Lonely, but good for photos!
The other term I have for great gardens like this: “Gardens that make you gasp!” And this fits the bill. We need so much more of this creativity!
At this time it seems like Drupal is the top blogging platform available right now.
(from what I’ve read) Is that what you are using on your blog?
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