Sunday, July 11, 2010

How Does Your Garden Grow ?


TDIPT's Artististic talents run very deep. We have some amazing gardeners's in our group. I have had some breathtaking photos sent to me for our "How Does Your Garden Grow" and decided to start out with some photos from Kimber AKA Heirlooms By Ashton House. Kimber's fabulous garden was featured in Country Gardens Spring 2009 issue.















Kimber says, "When we moved into ourr 1885 Victorian home, this entire little enclave of land was just grass. We thought it would make a nice little pocket garden, so we took up the sod, installed brick-lined beds and pea gravel paths encased by a line of English boxwood. It was our "therapy" as we tackled less exciting home improvement projects like updating the electrical, plumbing, and fixing the roof! "

Thanks for taking time to view one of our lovely gardens. Be sure to check back because we have more "How Does Your Garden Grow" coming soon.

Thanks Kimber for sharing your garden with us!

11 comments:

  1. Wow Kimber...what a magical place!!! The gardens are spectacular...now I want to see some pics of the inside of your house...you are so blessed be living in such a place. Hugs Susan

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  2. Your home and gardens are beyond beautiful Kimber! What a treat to see! I'll say like Suzie, now we wanna see pics of the inside!

    Thank you for sharing!

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  3. OMG! I am just blown away!
    What a little piece of Heaven!

    I absolutely LOVE it!

    Audrey

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  4. 'Looks like something out of magazine for sure! 'truly stunning!

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  5. Thanks for sharing these breathtaking photos, Kimber.

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  6. Wow, Kimber! Your home and gardens are gorgeous. I would love to peek inside your home too! :)

    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Thank you, everyone, for your kind comments. I will be sure to share pics of inside of the house in the future. I'm hoping to start a blog soon, so the adventures of restoring an old home might make a good post every now and then!

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