Garden Tours


Finally the weather is warmer and I have begun planting flowers in between rainy times.  
Hope to show you all the new garden flowers soon.  
In the meantime I thought it would be fun to stroll down memory lane of a few of my past garden flowers.  
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Hope you enjoyed a little garden tour of my past flower gardens.
Planting this weekend and working on the she shed.  Hope to get the planting done to show you some of my progress for 2020's flower garden.
Have a good weekend.


20 comments

  1. Oh that fire truck, Kris, I don't recall seeing that!

    What a lovely tour. Every single place where you have planted has always bloomed with so much love. The colors of your love of gardening in pinks, yellows and whites...astounding my friend. AMAZING ARE YOU!

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  2. Wow, you are so adaptable to the changes your cottage life has taken you, Kris. You make every place you've lived a cottage dream. The gardens are beautiful. I must say, I think I'm partial to the blue, yellow & white scheme you created in the one! Happy weekend.

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  3. Absolutely beautiful! You always create paradise! Sweet Cooper too

    Our flowers don't thrive like yours. What is your secret?

    Cindy

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  4. I always admired how you dressed those vintage bicycles up. They belong in a magazine for sure!
    Brenda

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  5. Glorious garden tours. How do you get your flowers so big? All of the garden vignettes are gorgeous. Hugs

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  6. Wowee, wow, wow! What a plethora of inspiration you have given us this morning. I've so enjoyed these "past look" posts you've done recently, Kris. It just reminds me how extremely creative you are, and how versatile is your style. Just when I think I've picked a favorite, I see the next photo and I realize I love them all! Enjoy your planting time, my friend! Hugs, Nancy

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  7. I'm always so impressed how huge your flowers get considering we have somewhat similar growing seasons. I always enjoy seeing your outdoor decor ideas. Happy planting and have a nice weekend! I'm hoping to do some planting this weekend as well.

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  8. Your gardens are always so beautiful!!! I can't wait to see this years. Love those pink wellies....so cute!
    ~Des

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  9. Thanks Kris. It's been great to have a look down memory lane. Love the fire truck and was that Cooper in one of the photos? So pleased that your weather has now improved - have a great time planting your flowers and working in your She Shed. Hugs, Gilly

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  10. You have always had an interesting, relaxing, unique garden!

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  11. Beautiful flowers and gardens everywhere you've lived!

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  12. Kris, you have so many cute touches in your gardens. I don't think I could pick a favorite, but I do love the metal hotel chairs and all the signs. Perfect. I hope you have a warm and wonderful weekend! xo

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  13. Kris,
    Loved this post so much that I shared it on FB!! Your gardens have always been so impressive and I can't wait to see what you will do at your "new" house!! I will be planting my annuals this week, hopefully...We had snow and ice last weekend!! I hope all is well with you and your family!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  14. Hi Kris, I have to say that I LOVE all of the plants and flowers you have had in the past Junk Chic Cottages. You have a green thumb and do a great job with growing the flowers so big. Have a nice weekend. Julie xo

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  15. love all your flowers and the extra garden ornamentation. Can't wait to see what you do for this season.

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  16. BEAUTIFUL!!!! Thank you for the inspiration too. I created some of my deck garden area on Saturday. Hope to get more done Monday and Tuesday.

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  17. Just gorgeous!
    So many lovely ideas, maybe I can borrow one or two?🌸
    Have lovely days, here in the north it has been soo cold, now it looks better😎

    Hugs, Ida

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  18. I remember all those beautiful gardens from your other homes, Kris. You don't have a green thumb---you have a MAGIC thumb! Gorgeous!!!!! xo xo Diana

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  19. This post is eye candy, Kris! I remember any of these. I have said it before.....no one does flowers like you do! I wish I had your touch. Your flowers are always magnificent.

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