Front Yard Fix

We have been working our butts off on the front yard!
PHEW!



We live above the city a little so our winters are longer and
summers are a little cooler...
I complain about that but I actually like the cooler summers.


I have made a few changes in my flower pots...
 I tried to use cold/wind tolerating plants and flowers.



I have seen ceders being used as the center height in flower
pots so I thought I would try it..I LOVE it.



The landscape in the front yard has been changed too!





Before the grass stopped half way under that window
 and exposed the foundation making the front
of the house look cut up.
Sssooo my wonderful husband moved huge
boulders and dirt, creating a much more
pleasing and  welcoming front entrance.


I really wanted to keep it  'cottagey'
with evergreens and large boulders,



wood chips, 


and copper solar lights .
 <3



I found this tiny nest in the middle of the pine tree
while I was taking pictures,pretty sure
its been vacant for a year or two...:)



Before                                                           After   

In a few years this should fill out nicely,
creating a cozy cottage feeling :)
(....xmas lights are coming down!!!
I thought they would be nice for the 
graduation festivities but now i see them
in these pictures the are coming down!)

I am linking up with

6 comments:

  1. i love the bones you are starting with! you will be so very happy you put them in to define your garden! I look forward to seeing more of your garden in the upcoming months! thank you so much for linking up to Fishtail Cottage's Garden Party! hope you are enjoying a beautiful weekend! xoxo, tracie

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    1. thankyou! i cant wait to see it fill out too. i got a lot of ideas from your blog :)
      abby

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  2. You have done such a fabulous job on creating a beautiful garden. Can't wait to see how it fills in. Thanks for sharing on Simple & Sweet Fridays!

    Jody

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  3. Hope you had a nice birthday dinner for your husband! Thanks for checking out our garden :) Its hard to be indoors once this summer weather arrives.
    abby

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  4. Hello, this is truly lovely - I love your planters - a very welcoming entrance - I appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  5. Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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