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It looks fantastic!
Thanks. I still want to plant more flowers… and the rocks? I let the hub scatter some but I KNOW I will re-arrange these eventually…
Looks good, Care!
ah, shucks. Thanks.
Looks amazing! Your Japanese magnolia is beautiful. The ones down here have already bloomed and died, over a month ago, which is a shame.
I have no idea if it is a Japanese magnolia… The tag says it’s a “Ricki” of purple-pink blossoms.
Oh, well, it may not be. It looks like one, but I know less than nothing about plants, so don’t go by me. Anyway it’s gorgeous!
yes, I love it!
Good job, Oscar! 😉
yea right. He didn’t do much – other than rearrange the mulch.
Care, it is absolutely lovely! You make me feel like such a slacker for not doing ANYthing in the garden this year! LOL! You did a fantastic job and should definitely treat yourself to a leisurely weekend.
oh, you’re not a slacker – I feel bad because I haven’t read anything and so now book reviews to post!
Looks great! What a wonderful job you did!
I love it. My father would enjoy that..he’s built all the stone terraces in my parents backyard by hand. He’s a real wiz. You have done a great job…and boy that neighborhood looks quiet.
I’m still in awe that neither of us hurt ourselves…
Wow…that looks gorgeous!!
beautiful landscaping, and Oscar is a very unique looking dog.
Wow, it looks fabulous! You guys really outdid yourselves. Can’t wait to see what it looks like once you’ve gotten it planted a bit.
simply gorgeous Care! Great job! I bet you just love sitting and looking at all the hard work that has paid off…
So cool! It looks really awesome.
Yep, it’s a Japanese magnolia — bloomed and leafed over a month ago, down here. Gorgeous garden!! Pat little ole Oscar, for me. 🙂
Oscar is asleep – he had a hard day at school (doggie daycare)
Lovely! What a great job!
Thanks Lisa! I’m very happy with how it turned out. I will keep buying perennials to add here and there.
Come do our yard now!
Thanks! and no. 🙂
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