They are something to behold! A riot of color from both annuals and perennials, sprinkled everywhere with whimsy!
North Corner Bed:
This flower bed has an abundance of perennials, including liatris in the right front corner, hostas, lilies, with zinnia and nasturium annuals.
A salvaged brick edging and stone pathway.
Another view of the north bed.
Nasturiums, a bird house and a rusty electric fence sign.
South Corner Bed:
Fun bricks, tin and iron path.
An iron arbor with climbing roses and brick edging.
Fun with succulents and a gnome.
Perennials and annuals mix beautifully in this area of the garden.
Varied textures, colors, and foliage add visual interest.
Lovely color combinations.
A gnome home.
Pandora's box miniature hosta.
More brick accents.
The Patio Area:
A calm puppy on a bench.
Gorgeous pots on the patio.
Clematis plant from her parent's home.
Front of the House:
Lawn mower tire flowers.
An arbor with insulators.
Galvanized tub of geraniums.
A shade garden spot with hosta, impatiens and begonias.
Rusty iron junk planter.
Fun cement dog statue.
Along the garage:
Dodge parts and a cool stool!
Zinnias along the garage.
A locker basket of pansies.
I hope you enjoyed this tour of the my sister in law's garden, better known as the "Yard of Flowers".
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