Thursday, March 07, 2013

INSPIRATION - Pinterest

All the photos in today's post are from my "Gardens that Inspire" Pinterest board.  When I post photos there I comment on why I find them interesting and often how they will influence my own gardens. If you enjoy this blog or this post you should find it an interesting browse.
This is exactly the pattern I want to plant some shorter orange daffodils in a see of purple grape hyacinth
Given I am not a fan of pink you may be wondering the reason for this shot.

I do not want grass like this, but the swirl is the exact pattern I have been picturing for the river of daffodils I want running through muscari in my new lasagna garden in the front yard.

No matter how stunning this is,
Muscari River. Google it and you will be surprised how many different variations exist.  All gorgeous.
I want to try something different.

I picture having my garden full of muscari and having the daffodil run up the middle as the 'river'.
In a swirl pattern.

Can you see the two ideas coming together?
 This is exactly the pattern I want to plant some shorter orange daffodils in a see of purple grape hyacinth

Picture brown as muscari / green as daffodils

The daffodil will need to be shorter, luckily there are many kinds to choose from.  I would prefer short and orange but the closest I have seen so far is yellow with an orange cup, like Jetfire I have planted in the back yard.  

Only 8 more months until I can plant them!
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7 comments:

  1. The Blue Carpet of flowers
    is simply amazing... your
    changes to pink is also
    very pretty but I so love
    the blue!
    I want that path
    Sandy

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    1. Hopefully in 15 months or so I will have my own version to share!

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  2. thank you so much for linking in this weekend...I always love to grab inspiration from those who play along with my little party. I can't hardly wait for spring to come...It will be so nice to play outside again for a few months!
    Your post gives me hope that I may not have too long to wait!
    I shared this post on the Tootsie Time facebook page
    I hope you will link in again every week!

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    1. Thanks for hosting as always Tootsie.

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  3. oh my gosh! the blue is heavenly!

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    1. Thanks for checking it out, I agree a sea of blue is really quite something, let's hope I can replicate it.

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  4. Just Awesome Images of Gardens...
    Nice images you have posted.An architecture can understand everything, when he reading the blog content and see the images vividly.

    sun shadow study

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