Yard of Flowers Tour - Part 2

This is Part 2 of my sister in law's gorgeous flower gardens and pots.


If you missed Part 1 of the Yard of Flowers Tour, click here.




Part 2, the patio, side and back yard...


Some whimsy!




More whimsy!

A little gnome home in the patio flower bed.



Zinnias in the patio bed.







Pots by the garage.


Petunias in salmon.





Some garden junk, I mean art!


Wash tub planter with two toned petunias.





A playful pup with cement ring of verbenas!




Another beautiful petunia on the steps.





An old clematis moved in from her parents' yard.


That's it, Part 2 of the "Yard of Flowers" tour!






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22 comments:

  1. Gorgeous....boy, she really has some gorgeous flowers...so full and healthy looking! Enjoyed the tour!

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  2. Beautiful!! Love it!! I love the gnome home among the flowers, so cute!

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  3. I just love it! She really has a green thumb, doesn't she? Everything is beautiful.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  4. What a beautiful colorful garden. I love all the whimsy. I bet she spends alot of time outside. Really wonderful.

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  5. She has really beautiful flowers in her garden. Both of you have the coolest garden accessories too.

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  6. Gorgeous flowers, Carlene! I have such a brown thumb and the heat has been terrible here, but I love looking at beautiful gardens!

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  7. Oh my gosh.. Your sister in laws garden is simply stunning.. My mommy loved it.. She loves plants and gardenning.. and is soon going to implement some of this in her own...

    :) Super cute!!

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  8. Congratulations for such a beautiful garden.

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    1. I am just the photographer. It's my sister in law's garden! Thanks.

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  9. Gorgeous flowers! But I have to say my favorite is the gnome pulling the wagon. Too cute!

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  10. Wow, they are beautiful gardens. Your sister in law must be very busy keeping that so well tended. Thanks for sharing the great shots. I've looked at part 1 and part 2 and I'm definitely inspired!
    Liz

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  11. What I love most, and I truly love it all, is that you can clearly see the love in every plant and piece of art! Your DSIL is a true artist! Thanks again for sharing at the party this week! You are so right! I DO love it!!

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  12. Carlene, your brother and sister in law certainly must have green thumbs! Their flowers are beautiful and displayed in really cute ways. They must have every kind of plant there is with some of my favorites among them. I think little " objects of art" scattered here and there provide lots of interest. Thanks for the tour. ---------Shannon

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  13. I'm glad you posted both the parts here, so we will not miss everything. It's amazing how all the plants bloom at the same time, it is like a symphony of colors! Thanks again for the tour

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  14. Wow, part 2 is beautiful too. So much color in her beds and all the flowers are just stunning. She must spend hours a day watering and weeding.

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  15. What a lovely garden/yard. It definitely shows it has had a lot of love and tender care.

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  16. Beautiful, healthy looking combinations of flowers!She has a great talent for flower landscaping. You all must not have had the 2 weeks of 100+ temps. My stuff survived, but really looked faded and fried!

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  17. Oh what a pretty yard you have and I love all your little touches of whimsy!! I am on my way to see part 1 that I missed!

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  18. Your yard and garden is so pretty. Your weather must be much nicer that the hot here in IL. I'm watering just to keep my plants alive. You can see how much you love and tend to your garden. I also love gardening! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday's Best.

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  19. So pretty. Thanks for sharing. In Arizona our spring season is over and we are waiting for the temperatures to cool down for the fall. Can't wait. Have a great Sunday.

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  20. She definitely has a green thumb! Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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