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my front 'lawn'

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It's hard to make your way to my front door sometimes. Lots of butterflies this year. Note the ten foot cupplant in the back--grown by a short person :)

hildegard says:

:D

3rd Sep 2006, 14:11

Viv says:

oh wow - was my immediate respose so I typed it!

3rd Sep 2006, 14:13

swamprose says:

well, Viv, that's exactly how I feel about your walks.

3rd Sep 2006, 14:20

paintist says:

that does look lovely.....

3rd Sep 2006, 14:33

Spiderbaby says:

What Paintist said :) Looks great for getting lost in.

3rd Sep 2006, 16:07

Joe says:

lovely!

3rd Sep 2006, 16:09

swamprose says:

I am always very pleased when people, especially kids, come in and get lost. Most people have lawns that they have to mow. This is more fun.

3rd Sep 2006, 16:21

Spiderbaby says:

Much more fun :)

3rd Sep 2006, 18:51

MaggieD says:

This is just wonderful ... you should have a gingerbread house at the end of it ...

3rd Sep 2006, 18:53

factotum says:

and I know that there are some large stones in there too, among all the flowers

3rd Sep 2006, 18:55

Caine says:

That is my idea of the ideal front "lawn". Grass is boring.

4th Sep 2006, 09:57

OJ says:

That does look great - and the perspective makes the viewer feel like an elf at the bottom of the garden. Are the plants really that tall or are you crouching down?

5th Sep 2006, 13:02

swamprose says:

OJ--I can't remember the angle, but the flowers are generally about five feet tall, and some are much taller. Going to check for elves. B'elf are you in there?

and thanks for the kind words all. my house is gingerbread, and I am the witch. heh heh...

5th Sep 2006, 21:16

FakeID says:

What a gorgeus garden

6th Sep 2006, 23:32

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