May 9, 2008

Lead down the garden path.....

Just outside my sister Kae's kitchen window is a small
sliver of side yard that, for most of the years she has
lived there, was the designated "Sweet Pea" area.

Well, one thing lead to another....




and a fountain...





and a trellis....
a darling bistro set....






plus some other goodies...






a few more flowers...






an untamed beast...





and she now has the most charming English-y garden you could imagine!






And the view from her kitchen window isn't so bad either!

17 comments:

  1. Love that little space, I think some of my favourite spots in a garden are little alcoves. The beast is the twin to our beast, does this beast rule the home as ours does??
    Beautiful photos

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  2. Oh, it is absolutely lovely. What a charming place to sit back, relax and enjoy life.

    Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  3. What a beautiful backyard!

    I just don't know about that wild beast though! Scary. LOL

    Spring is such a lovely time to spend outside. I'm sure you and your sisters will have hours outside together laughing and talking and making memories. Nothing like sisters. I have two myself.

    Hugs,
    Joanne

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  4. What a lovely yard! Just wanted to wish you a wonderful Mother's Day sweetie!
    Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

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  5. Ohhhh the perfect nook to sit and sip tea! Beautiful!
    Thank you for your nice comment today!
    Happy Mother's Day !!!
    Jo-Anne

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  6. Your sister must just love her sweet slice of heaven! That is so beautiful...

    Thanks for letting us have a visit!
    Bless you,
    Donna Lynn

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  7. M,
    You and your sisters are very creative and talented. I love that little space next to her house. It is absolutely gorgeous.

    Thank you so much for playing along with me in my little contest. I'm having too much fun with it.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Christine

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  8. Hello M
    What a beautiful yard!
    I would be sitting there the whole day!!!
    Happy mother's day!!!
    Hugs
    Marcela

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  9. All I can say is WOW!! That last picture was the clincher, looking out through those romantic sheers at that beautiful garden... Yes, I could spend a lot of time out there...Donna

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  10. Who is the photographic eye behind these images? They're beautiful! Gosh that yard just feels like home :) I love Hero, he's a monster!

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  11. Its all so lovely. Thank you for taking us on a tour!
    Cherry xoxoxo

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  12. thanks for your comment on my blog! I am enjoying reading some of your posts this morning! blessings!

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  13. Oh how I miss growing sweet peas... they don't do well in the Texas heat...they are one of my favorite flowers... what a lovely yard... one sister came through?..... come on last sister we want to see pictures..
    Hugs
    Linda

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  14. The little garden is beautiful. I've sat here and read your whole blog, everything is so cute. I especially like that Big Lots tray and the iron work with the picture, how fun. Just gonna have to mark you as on e of my favorites. RoseMarie

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  15. Oh what a pretty space! I just love sweet peas but can't grown them here in Florida. The heat just wilts them! Loved the photos! Thanks for sharing. xoxo ~ Joy

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  16. I LOVE it! Tell your sister she has done a beautiful job! Also, your darling decoupage plates are so creative! What a great idea!! Thank goodness for mod podge. What would we do without it??

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  17. Such a delightful place to be ,
    thank you for sharing the most precious English Garden ,I love the coziness of it and the beauty are simply too much for words.
    Thank you !!!

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