It's lovely Ernestine! A beautiful cottage garden! Of course you can do it again. Maybe getting a little help with the digging and heavy lifting/planting! It may be shadier in your new garden in the woods. Are you dividing some of the plants and storing them in pots to take with you? I would. Replace them with lovely with annuals. The daylilies will divide nicely. It's very exciting to think about starting a new garden. gail
Gail, yes I have divided a number of plants and they are resting in my nursery in the country. Dirt is so rich they do not even know they have been moved. Do this with every home and garden creation. About 10 at this time.This is the last!!!
I'm so proud of you...I only wish I had our yard looking like yours!Also your new camera is taking INCREDIBLE photos!!!!
A lovely garden ...and yes you will create another piece of beauty for the world.Sarah Lulu
Sarah Lu and my Jamie - thank you for the kind words.
I'm looking forward to seeing the next one. Your country home is coming along so nicely.
daringtowrite, thank you so much for checking in. Have a good day.
just lovely, ernestine. the next one will be your best yet, and you can rest in your glory! :)
Sky, what a dear comment. Thank you. I am receiving so much encouragement that I have to go forward. Have a great day.
While it would hurt me to leave such a beautiful garden that you have put so much work in creating, I know that planning another one will compensate. Your next one will be your masterpiece.
My dear Darlene, such a kind statement. You are a dear!!Maybe someday we can meet.
So pretty...of course you can do it again.I hated leaving my garden more that I did the house.Sometimes we move on and create something altogether different.
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