Where to start? This is my first blog, my first post ... so I'm not sure where to begin. I'm a begin-at-the-beginning type of person, so just jumping in the middle is tough, but I'll try. My garden path (shown here after it was first constructed) is starting to fill in with flowers. I wanted to share it bare, first, though. My husband and my son both looked at it when it was done and said, "Is that IT?" I, of course, was thrilled, because I saw it not as it was, but as it would be. Flowers spilling along the edges with delicate blooms -- an abundance of summer color sprinkled along the pathway.
They saw rocks. Big rocks. Little rocks.
Vision. It's a gardener's thing. Look for the blooming photo tomorrow -- and see if your vision today matches the reality tomorrow.
Whether your project is large or small, atDiana's Designs Landscaping, we can help. Diana's Designs can help you transform your space into the dream garden you've always wanted. From simple brainstorming, garden coaching and concept design that allows you to do your own planting to comprehensive scale design plans, complete renovations and full installation -- you decide how much or how little garden design you want.
For a free consultation, I can be reached at: email@example.com
Join me in the beautiful gardens of Portland
Thanks for visiting my blog
I'm glad you've found my garden journal. Perhaps the only thing greater than the satisfaction of nurturing a seed to a seedling to a blooming or producing plant is the joy of sharing nature's bounty with others. Whether I'm peddling garden tomatoes we can't possibly eat or sharing stories about why the verbena isn't doing well, my garden connects me. It connects me to the earth, to our wildlife friends, to fellow gardeners, and, to myself. So, welcome. I hope you'll feel connected here.