The Lord’s Garden

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Just have a stroll through this beautiful nature garden. With the gray, cold weather you may be experiencing, you just might get your design hat on with some ideas for next spring.

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No sappy crap pining for spring, just a post showing a garden I did not show on GWGT last year. If I dig out a few more, I will pass them along.

It is nice to visit these open gardens in our area, because all through the summer there are a number of them to see.

The pond below, one of a few on this property. Now that is a great pond, not just a little hole in the ground. There are quite a few holes in the ground in our area called ponds.

It is a haven for all kinds of wildlife. What would you expect from a garden called, The Lord’s Garden?

On Nature and Wildlife Pics, a funny post on counting hawks on the way to Pennsylvania. To my surprise…

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20 Responses to The Lord’s Garden

  1. Elisa says:

    beautiful and waaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrm ty ty!

  2. What a beautiful place to sit and think. No wonder the birds visit it. A good start to 2015, Donna 🙂

  3. swo8 says:

    Those pictures are music to my soul! It will come again. Right now we are pretty cold, but not much snow. Happy New Year.
    Leslie

  4. Wow! I was there with you and it looks even prettier than I remembered it.

  5. Looks like a great place to visit. And it appears to be out in the country a bit? Thanks for sharing.

  6. I loved all the flowers in bloom and my favorite photo was of the entrance with the stone pillars. A very welcoming sight!

  7. Very beautiful! Feels so fresh.. 🙂

  8. aussiebirder says:

    How beautiful and inspiring, simply stunning to enjoy such surrounds…

  9. Looking at this garden definitely warms the soul. As we head into the heart of winter a look at some warm and sunny is definitely a cure for those winter blues.

  10. lucindalines says:

    Oh so relaxing by that pond. I could almost feel the sunsine looking at that picture. It is so cold here this morning I enjoyed the thoughts of warmer days.

  11. Beautiful. So jealous of the ponds!

  12. Fun to see those flowery images of summer. Snowing here today, but pretty.

  13. Pat says:

    It’s really lovely.

  14. Annette says:

    Thanks for the tour, Donna. I notice quite often that Americans have a love for conifers and a great way of including them in their plantings. Have you been to Hawaii yet? Did I miss the blog post? Looking forward to some pics 😉

  15. Indie says:

    I love ponds. Really, I love any water feature in the garden! But there is something about trees and plants overhanging a pond that is truly lovely. I’ll bet the wildlife love it!

  16. Oh Donna you know I love this garden…and a great name. Such beauty for humans and wildlife. Thanks for sharing. We did get sun with the frigid temps today…it was gorgeous.

  17. This looks beautiful and so relaxing! I can’t wait for Spring and gardening!

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