Sunday, March 11, 2012

Nita's ~ Summer Garden ~

This is my friend, Nita's summer garden. If you missed Part 1 featuring her cherry blossoms  this spring you may view here. Nita and her husband laid all the brick flooring themselves in a bed of sand over gravel. They did hire a brick mason to build the great fireplace.

Our Garden Club toured Nita's garden last fall but where we live it is still summer weather.
Several people commented on the ivy trellis in the previous post. If you look back on the previous post here you will see the ivy has grown since this picture. To train the ivy to grow in a pattern, mortor nails fastened wire in place for the ivy to form this beautiful pattern.

Espaliered red pear tree.  Click here to learn how to espalier fruit trees.  

To give you some idea of how multi- talented Nita is click here to view her flower arranging skills.
Nita, We have enjoyed touring your spring and summer gardens.  Thank you for graciously sharing with us.

Linking to:
 Metamorphosis MondayPotpourri FridaySeasonal SundaysWow Us Wednesday, and Open House Party Thursday.

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  1. That garden is amazing! It looks beautiful and relaxing!

  2. Hi Bonnie! Oh, what a gorgeous garden! What a treat to get to take the tour.
    Thank you so much for your kind words to me. You are the sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  3. This garden is just amazing!
    What an inspiration-
    I loved so many things I want to try-

    White Spray Paint

  4. Wow! What a gorgeous garden! Love everything about it especially that lovely orchid...Christine

  5. What an amazing garden! Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  6. I enjoyed part one and part two as well. What a lovely home!

  7. That is just amazing. Thank you for sharing what was shared with you!
    Simply BEAUTIFUL!

    Stopping in from BNOTP!


  8. Hi lovely lady.
    That garden is amazing! It looks beautiful and relaxing!I also love the Orchid's are Gorgeous !!
    I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my Tablescape. I hope you have a wonderful St.Patrick's Day with your family. Im your newest follower on your new Linky.. I hope you come join my Linky also.
    XXOO Diane

  9. Simply beautiful! I love the use of her blue and white porcelain pieces throughout the garden. Thanks for sharing!

  10. If you do not have a blog you can still comment. Write your comment in the box and your first name at the end. Then click publish. You can then check on anonymous. It is so nice to know my friends are out there that don't have blogs. Thanks. Bonnie

  11. Beautiful garden. Thanks for bringing us along!


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