This spring we began installing a pond in an area of the Bird Village that has always been problematic. I worked on it in the cool mornings of summer & it’s finally complete.
One of our flowerbeds is not like the others, for two reasons. Reason #1: Because we don’t have large trees or buildings surrounding our house we don’t have much shade. Most of the year we have plenty of cloud cover & rain, but in the summer it is dry and hot. So all of my flowerbeds, except this one, are full of sun loving plants.
When we began the process of installing flowerbeds I wanted a pond, but wouldn’t allow myself to even think about it because we needed many other things first & I knew I could easily get carried away with any pond ideas. Well, lucky for me, our neighbor ended up selling us his pond set up, including his goldfish, for super cheap. The size of the
The front yard is a mix of a few flowerbeds. The focal point originally was the wishing well. Now there’s so much going on, I’m not sure what the focal point is. I love the wishing well, but am having trouble loving this flowerbed as a whole. I can’t seem to get the layering right & my stepping stones leading to the wishing well in