Everyday Lines 4.2.2019

Hello Everyone!

It’s spring!

Time to spring clean everything inside & outside of your house…

Time to plant your gardens…

Time to plant your flowers (unless you planted bulbs already) Which I found to be a lot of fun to do!  You plant them in the fall/winter and in spring they start to pop up!  :o)

Last weekend I cleaned my backyard and started the first process of its redesign.  I can wait to see it all completed, but that will take some time…  Here are some everyday lines pictures of spring in my backyard. :o)

Happy Spring to you!

 

My snap beans, they were the first ones to pop up out of the 3 different things that I planted in the small pots, to be transferred to the garden beds.

 

This is  my first time growing peppermint.  I do have spearmint growing in my yard.  So if you have any recipes or directions on how to dry the leaves and use it for tea, please send them to me.  I love, love, love tea!

These are my lovely garlic chives and I’ve had them growing every year for many years.  When the kids were young they would pop outside to eat it and come back in and give me kisses & they would smell like garlic…lol… the funny little things that you remember about your kids.  I think about that memory every time I see the garlic chives.

These are some of my first succulents.  I have not had them in my garden much, but they are so lovely and have such an interesting look.  So I thought this year I wanted to add some new items to my garden and these are it.

Spring grass!!! It smells so lovely.

 

I think planters are just as important in a garden as the plants that we plant in them. This is one of my favorite pots… I have added flowers to it but they have not popped up yet.

What are some of your favorite planters?  Old or new?  I love the gardens that have ladders with tins from the kitchen filled with herbs and flowers… I love terra cotta planters… I love silver metal planters… there are so many to choose from so how do you pick which ones you would like for your garden?  I would like my garden to be eclectic, loose, relaxing and meditative.

How do you want your garden?

Happy spring and gardening!!!

Take care,

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