Master Gardener learning what I can do to help mitigate the biodiversity crisis.
Turns out its quite a bit.
what a beautiful flower garden!!!!! wooooo!!!!! angie
Great pix, beautiful garden, encouraging post! Thank you!
Thanks for stopping in and leaving behind encouragement Anastasia.
Very bright and colourful
Thanks Jim, very bright indeed. Next year I will tone down the yellow and bring up the rusts and crimson if I can.
Gorgeous garden~ Please share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/american-tobacco-campus.html
Thanks Sue. Shared on your WW now.
I cannot wait for Spring to come here in Australia. Your garden looks great!
Thanks for checking out out Alicia, glad you enjoyed it.
Gorgeous both years!
Thanks, very sweet of you to say so. Come back any time.
So many colors and lush greens! Wish I can say the same with my potted plants =P #ww
Wood luck with your potted plants, they have lots of potential.
omygosh...a beautiful garden. You are indeed a great gardener. Here from Outdoor Wed.
Thanks BJ, but it is the sun that should get all the credit for this garden, LOL.
You have a gorgeous front garden! Thanks for sharing and have a great week :)
Thanks for checking it out Denise, glad you liked it.
Interesting shots.You have done well in the garden. You have the same clothes on a year later, neat!
Thanks Diane, I thought keeping the photos similar would accentuate the differences, and highlight how much has grown.
Beautiful! Your garden looks great.
Thanks Gunilla, now I just need a photographer with your skill to come and shoot it. :)
it's beautiful both last year and this year.
Felicia, thanks for the compliment, you are welcome any time here.
Whatever hard work one puts into a garden in order to enjoy the results one needs a lot of p a t i e n c e! :-) Great results!Many thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos.
You are right a gardener certainly needs patience. Sometimes I have it and sometimes I don't, LOL.
Both gardens look great, the second year has a fuller look but with a lot more yellow, I can see why you want to add more red for balance.
Next year I will place a similar blog post and hopefully there will be less brash yellow and more warm reds and burnt oranges!