Friday, April 13, 2012

I think I've become a flower floosie

Annie of Annie's Annuals calls herself a "flower floosie." I'd probably lean toward calling myself a shrub whore but now I'm starting to wonder.












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11 comments:

  1. HammeringOurWayHomeApril 13, 2012 at 10:18 AM

    Whoa, this is your yard? It looks amazing. I continue to vicariously live through your yard work. I just found out we'll be digging 7 feet down, 10 ft wide to fix a water pipe...across the entire front lawn to street. My garden dreams are fading away...tear. But you, go on & work it, ya flooz!

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  2. Gardens recover quickly . . . your yard will bounce back, I promise!

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  3. Awwww, thanks HEATHER!!!!! That literally made my jaw drop and feel so loved :)

    BTW your yard looks fucking awesome! I would probably call myself a shrubless/flowerless whore. Our front yard is in desperate need of some landscaping...

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  4. No problem! I want my people to win.

    And thank you! If you ever want landscaping help I can come over and remove all your lawn ;)
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  5. I think it's perfectly acceptable to be both! Awesome photos. No weeds. :)

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  6. Oh, the weeds are in there! The popweed just doesn't declare itself as loudly as dandelions do. :)

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  7. Of course it's all about the flowers in spring. Shrubs later. But I have to say your gorgeous fire colored tulips with the flame orange spirea foliage (3rd pic down) is a fantastic combo. No rosy pinks or soft spring hues --- give me those hot colors together in spring!

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  8. Thanks, I'm digging it too! Now I just need to remove the pale pink flowering currant behind it. It sticks out like a sore thumb.
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  9. So pretty!

    I was at the nursery yesterday and wanted to buy one of everything. I behaved myself and only bought what I went there for. It was hard. So very hard.

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