Here is what I see when I look out my back door:
I have an upper yard (considered ‘in town’) and a lower yard (considered ‘county’). Go through the gate and down the hill and over the far fence and you are in state park area. It will never be developed, so there are all kinds of wildlife that roam through here. I am currently enlarging the flower bed to include vegetables.
Below is last June 2012’s view of the garden. Now there are two terraces. The seeds have sprouted and with all this rain, things should be growing quickly. Still have more seeds to plant too!
An update on my Mrs. Dovey visitor. She took a moment to go shopping for worms and left the nest alone, so I took a peak, she has two hungry babies waiting on her arrival back home:
What a gorgeous view!
The three photos make me wish to have a garden like yours!
Feel free to borrow any ideas!
I just love the view of the gate at the back of your garden, sparks the imagination as to what lies beyond and from what you describe it sounds just lovely. Joy
It is, I would love to explore more. Would need lots of mosquito and tick spray. This area was a big American Indian village before the War of 1812, so I’m sure there’s history back there in those woods!
Lovely garden and view! Thanks for visiting my blog, too.
You’re very welcome!