Where Is That Amazing Garden?: Ditto from a Former Teacher

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Where Is That Amazing Garden?

By JKing
May 2, 2015

Gardeners are enthusiastic about our plants and our gardens. However, we see our own garden much differently from the way our friends view it. How often do we say "you should have seen my garden last week?"

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May 2, 2015 10:00 AM CST
Each week my garden changes. There are many gardeners that have the perfect plants in the perfect place, others, the challenge of a year round garden means beauty isn't always at one splash in the garden, but a series of events each season.
As a former teacher, I tell visitors, gardens are unique as the learner or the brain who creates it. Plus the many hands to cultivate and maintain it!
I look forward to the changes each day/week as there is something sure to surprise me!
Enjoy the blooms of the season in your garden!
Group hug I agree
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Name: Veronica
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May 2, 2015 12:09 PM CST
One of my friends once told me she was complaining about how her gardens looked and an older and wiser gardener said "Honey, just enjoy the flowers!"
My attitude determines my altitude
A truly wise person uses few words; a person of understanding is even- tempered. Proverbs 17:27
Name: Judith
Northern Virginia (Zone 7a)
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Jun 27, 2015 5:47 PM CST
A wise gardener, Veronica. Sometimes it's just hard to appreciate the blooms when we see so many things we need to attend to.

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