Sunday, June 22, 2014

Garden Tour ~

Zoar, Ohio
Biennial garden tour
June 21, 2014

Hanging from a shepherd's hook

Fun :)

Dear friend Wink

Anything can be garden art :)

Doug resides in Zoar and works for Proven Winners.  He gave a most informative talk and shared his gardens with us.  That man is a fount of plant knowledge.

SO MUCH inspiration.  It made me want to come home and get busy in the yard, but I was gone all day today . . . and I wonder why I can't get anything done . . . lol.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)


P.J. said...

Beautiful gardens. Thank you for sharing.

weaverpat said...

My Mom and my sister and I used to love going on garden tours. Now that Mom is old and can't walk so well we don't do it any more. I sure miss it!!!
Thank you for sharing your wonderful experience! The gardens are so lovely and the things used in the garden art are so creative.
Looking at the pictures just makes me happy.

moosecraft said...

Lovely gardens! Proven winners always do well in the yard.... good stuff!

Anonymous said...

What a fabulous place!!

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Love Zoar ~ thanks for the photo tour!

Primitive Stars said...

Inspiration indeed, going to copy a few garden ideas myself, wonderful, Francine.

woolwoman said...

thanks for the garden tour - that is just the look I love. lots of urns mixed with prim touches - awesome! Mel

Farm Girl said...

What a fun garden. It gives me ideas for all kinds of junk I have lying around.
I love those rubber boots! So glad you had a nice time.

Saundra said...

Just LOVED ALL the garden art; particularly the ones in the tree where you friend is standing. Sure wish my yard looked like that but, wishing and doing are two different things. Thanks for the tour.


Margs Primitive Quilts said...

Thanks for the tour! Great garden art! LoVe the old wagon and trike! Plants all so lush. Love the colourful Coleus!
Hugs ..Marg

Earlene L. said...

Great tour Lauren! I liked the watering can hanging off the other on with plants in it. cool idea.
I always get motivated when I see a tour.
Have a good night... thundering here right now.

acorn hollow said...

I love garden tours this one is very inventive. It does make you want to do more with your garden.

The Wool Cupboard said...

Thanks for the guilt trip, Lauren! My flower beds need so much work right now! Seeing all the pictures of beautifully planned and perfectly weeded gardens has shamed me and emphasized my shortcomings as a "gardener." Thanks for sharing your garden tour!

Hugs, Linda