I think the blooms on this drought resistant bush have a tropical look...don't you?
There are a few bushes that require hand watering....and some potted plants....but I also use artificial plants to bring color to the yard
We have a hedge of junipers around the property to add some much needed green to our curb appeal.
This is the cutest windmill.....the chickens peck when the wind blows...lol
I have plans to give the buggy's umbrella a makeover and add a colorful pillow to the buggy's seat. How do I keep the pillow from blowing down the street......it will be tied to the back of the seat
I also plan to add some colorful flowers to the back of the buggy. I'll share some photo's with you guys when I'm finished
I always enjoy your visits so much....please come back soon....hugs
Your front yard is very pretty. You have so much property so it's good you don't have to water it and have zero scaping instead. The flowering tree is beautiful and I love the vintage buggy!ReplyDelete
The flowing tree has beautiful blooms and looks like you are making plans for the back of the buggy. Can't wait to see what you do there.ReplyDelete
What a lovely property you have, Penny!! We have those same thin-leaved trees here in Texas. Do you think they are a type of tulip tree or maybe an oleander?? They are blooming here in May/June, too. Soooo pretty!!! I like your ideas for the buggy bed and it'd be fun to see the chickens pecking when the wind blows.ReplyDelete
I think it looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
It's a challenge to maintain a pretty garden in a dry climate. I'm in Texas so I can relate. You do a great job of creating pretty focal points. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete
Penny, I love your curb appeal. So pretty. Thank you for sharing. Blessings.ReplyDelete
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