Monday, October 10, 2011
A friend brought over all of her house plants today, so now our house is pretty and green. I love it. Makes me want to go out and get a bunch, set up a little round table in a corner and have my own little indoor garden. I will be doing this in the near future. Be looking for it.
Posted by Jordyn at 8:27 PM
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Pinterest, I came across some fun ideas to do in the garden. For this reason only, I can not wait to grow up, have a garden of my own, then bring back childhood memories. Like building a cottage for Snow White to stumble upon, have a rabbit hole for Alice to fall in, and then maybe provide a flower meadow deep in the woods for a vampire to escape to on sunny days. It will happen.
Posted by Jordyn at 9:27 PM
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Pinterest and would love to do something like it. What else could I do though? Any suggestions?
Posted by Jordyn at 1:45 PM
Saturday, August 27, 2011
I am growing pumpkins here in Pullman. I hope I get a couple, because I really want to do this to them. Love love love lace.
And all that glitters.
I miss the fog at home that Pullman doesn't get.
This pretty much sums it up.
Photos from Pinterest
Posted by Jordyn at 10:17 AM
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Now on to more important matters. My aunt has something growing in her garden and she doesn't know what it is. So I am hoping one of you smart gardeners knows the answer!
Posted by Jordyn at 6:18 PM
Monday, August 22, 2011
So here's to a new school year!
Photos via Pinterest
Posted by Jordyn at 7:19 PM
Sunday, August 21, 2011
While I am going through my closet for the 1000th time, you can enjoy these photos of the zinnia's my grandpa grew from seed.
Posted by Jordyn at 4:05 PM
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
here and here. This post will be about my dad's garden here in Snohomish! So every time I come home, he always has to give me a "tour" of what he has done with the place as soon as I walk in the door. But I must admit that the yard does look pretty good. It always makes me wonder if the yard has always looked liked this, and I am just now noticing it because of my interest in gardening now. Or if this is a new occurrence. They tell me that it always looked like this... so where was I while this was happening?
|These are his pride and joys this summer... Huge tomato plants.|
|His little rose garden|
|Grape vines that sometimes take over our house|
|His newest project that is begging for some green to be spilling over those stones|
Posted by Jordyn at 10:00 AM