Thursday, May 15, 2014

Oh, Does This Really Exist?






perfection in gardens not my own.

my own is completely cut to ribbons, laid to waste, de-hedged, chopped,
& hauled away.

if I didn't have vision I would be really scared.

everyone else is really scared.

& that is the entire story of my weekend to come.

+

new handbags arrive tomorrow
!!!!

good news at last.


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12 comments:

  1. These gardens are beautiful!

    Lauren,
    http://www.atouchofsoutherngrace.com/

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  2. Each one is dreamy. Have a lovely weekend.
    xo,
    Phyllis

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  3. Hi! I think that is the garden of a wonderful designer; Anouska Hemple! I met her years ago and bought some clothes from her in London! She is a genius designer of couturier clothes, interiors, gardens...all of it!

    And she is a delightful woman as well! Oh; and beautiful!!

    How exciting! Good luck! Can't wait to see!

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  4. These are such lush & gorgeous images of someone's piece of paradise. I've always been scared out of my wits whenever I've undergone landscaping make-over's. I've always had reason to be but fortunately it turned out. You do need to keep a heads up though & make changes before it's too late & the hole is dug or whatever the case may be. Best of luck, am certain it will be a thing of beauty!

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  5. The picture of the hydrangeas and your music take me away to a peaceful place. Thank you.

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  6. It does exist and your garden will be stunning, I have no doubt. Enjoy your weekend and stay cool.
    xoJennifer

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  7. They are all so gorgeous, Marsha. Yours is going to be amazing…can't wait to see!! Happy weekend ~

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  8. Truly amazing,Marsha!
    Looks as a little Paradise on Earth,....

    Wish you beautiful weekend:)

    Xxx,
    V.

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  9. Gardens of my “Dreams”! Like you mine have taken a toll. Replanting, sadly nothing like this.
    Happy Weekend.................

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  10. Were I sitting in any one of these gardens, I would indeed begin to relax. Perfection. Yes.

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  11. How nice and relaxing these gardens: 2° is my favourite with wonderful hydrangeas; just beautiful.
    Sending a big hug from Rome Italy Baci Eleo

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