This house had quite a simple feel, with several layers of lawns, fruit trees, and roses. Here are the pictures I snapped of elements I liked. I realized that I didn't take on of the whole yard...whoops!
Enjoyed this walk way.
They had an entire shade garden underneath this tree, which was surrounded by three rooms of the house. It was a nice setting.
All the steps from level to level were like so; a rectangle and a triangle. I liked the combination.
This was a view towards the daughter's home at the back of the property. (Constructed from an old barn!)
#3 coming up!
~ Red Clover
Rose ~ You did miss out, and we missed you. That's what happens when you live on the other side of the country. Maybe you should come visit sometime!
EB ~ I prefer less "stuff" as well, but don't mind a few fun ideas. I'm much more of a plant/flower girl with a few interesting items.
Karagal ~ Yes, the red was delicious. It's a great colour in the garden. (There is a reason why that's the British spelling, you know...ha ha)
Sir. Bob ~ I'm planning on showing off all the Dahlias. I'm afraid there will be no where to escape! I can't wait to post my "Black Dahlia" later on...maybe tonight!
Jennifer ~ Yes, I am all for lots of time with my husband. There's nothing better. Well, lots of time with my husband in the garden might be...ha ha.