3-10-11 Reposting this to join Fishtail Cottage for the flora and fauna party.
I am going to share some pictures of my yard. These pictures were taken last summer when it was looking it's best. Right now it isn't looking very good at all. This has been a very wet year and my yard is like one big sponge. I hope when it gets warm again and the green color comes back that I can get it into shape again.
Working in the yard is very pleasurable for me. I am a
The crepe myrtles are so pretty once they get into full bloom
That is my husband's garage he built for his new hobby of restoring old cars.
This huge tree which is a hack berry or sugar berry tree is the whole reason my husband wanted to purchase this property to build our house on. This tree is very messy though and you know who has to pick up all the tiny little sticks that it constantly loses.
This is a picture of our spring fed pond. It was a small puddle basically for cows to drink from before we bought the property. We cleared the brush around it and had it dug out larger. Several underground springs are feeding it and of course all the rain, too.
This is an island or burm we made in front of the pond.
The garage in the foreground is my husband's place for his new hobby he took up a couple of years ago of restoring old cars
This is where you can find me when I get through cutting and edging all the grass, pulling up the weeds, trimming the bushes, and blowing the driveway off!!
Whew, I am tired just thinking about it!
I am joining Outdoor Wednesday for the first time. Be sure to stop in and join our host Susan at asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com
and visit all the other outdoor pretties this week. I am sure a lot of the posts will make us yearn for spring to come even quicker.
Thanks so much for the many wonderful comments. I appreciate each and every one.
Y'all come back now,