Genes are a funny thing. Sometimes you get passed down some good traits, sometimes NOT.
In my case I have so many wonderful traits of my Mom's..(toot toot)
However, gardening was not ONE of them.
My Grandmother was a wonderful gardener as well. Let me share how my Mom's gardens grow. I can't wait to see them in a few weeks.
|My Mom and step Dad downsized to a town house around 5 years ago. Their property out in the Country was sprawling with Gardens....My Mom has made her little town house pretty sprawling too. This is leading to the back deck area.|
|My hostas NEVER looked like this.|
|You see those little garden peeps? She painted them all last summer.|
|There is her pretty little garden girl, hence her name on the web. For those of you that she used to visit frequently, NOW you know where she has been.|
|Look at these roses...I wonder if she spray painted that little arbor?|
|My Mom is very into little details, and such cute ones. This is on her front porch. Every nook and cranny is so cute to look at.|
|OK seriously, look at this idea .OH MOM you are so cute!!~|
|I am starting to feel really inadequate as a gardener...|
Welcome to Linda's home and gardens. Thanks so much for stopping by.
If you are in the NYS region, and have any questions on birds or flowers, I am certain my Mom could help you.
Just pop me an email and I will forward it to her.
Labels: Gardens in the Western New York region