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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Working With Dirt

Oops, sorry guys, I woke up late! Here's my entry for DIRT, albeit late!

I created a terra cotta garden, using blue point juniper

and several lovely bloomers that my neighbor gave me.

adding the impatiens



Tadah... finished!

Placed in its rightful spot!


It's DIRT @ Brenda's Photo Challenge. Feel free to check the other participants.


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21 comments:

Donna said...

OH! That turned out Beautifully Tes! Wish I was Artsy! I don't have a good eye!Hahaa
Well Done!
Happy weekend! Guess school will be starting for you soon?!!
hughugs

rainfield61 said...

It looks simple, it always looks simple....

Brenda said...

Wow! When I play in the dirt it never turns out that beautifully!! Great shots by the way!

Jeanette said...

Thats very pretty! At least you showed a working post...I just showed a dirt filled pot!!

Tekkaus said...

I wanna work with dirt too. It has been a long time. :D

Holly said...

There is something soothing about working in dirt.

AL said...

I am really late for the challenge, getting dirt from planting is a very nice thing to get dirty.

Ann said...

Your pots look great. Those are some awesome looking terracotta pots too.

Donna said...

How beautiful! I love how that turned out!

Icy BC said...

I love those terra cotta planters, Tes..Those are beautiful!

wenn said...

i don't like to work with dirt. :)

betchai said...

very creative of you Tes, love the final result of your work with dirt, love working with dirt too :)

kimmy said...

pretty impressive!

RNSANE said...

Your "dirt" post is beautiful. I never got mine in - couldn't find any I thought worthy!

DoanLegacy said...

Those are lovely pots of flowers! They look marvelous on your lawn!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

You did a good job putting together a terra cotta garden. I like where you placed it too. You have a lovely house, by the way.

Out on the prairie said...

Nice selection of ideas.

George said...

It looks as if you were very successful working in the dirt. I like the end result.

Cheryl said...

What a great garden you've created. I wished I was more creative.

ruthi said...

Lovely garden. I love garden, I just hate getting dirty. I have some OCD issues that is why I am happy just to take photos and admiring the flowers. LOL.

Ayie said...

you have a beautiful place...love that facade and your garden too!

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