Thursday, July 24, 2008

Neighbor's Front Yard

This is pretty,

but is it too much?

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18 comments:

  1. Hi Sheila, Every single flower in that yard is an annual. Hmmm.

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  2. I have to agree with Sheila. To each their own.

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  3. If I was going to go to that length, don't think I'd have a hose in the front yard...
    Brenda

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  4. No, never too much. Looks super great!

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  5. Very pretty, but it looks like they have a lot of work to do. I assume they must not have kids with all of that work needed in the garden!

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  6. Not a big fan of it, but I'm sure folks could say the same about ours. A bit over the top.

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  7. Hmmm, not very sustainable is it?

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  8. Makes my eyes go buggy--too busy, too much going on. And what's with that color scheme? --Curmudge

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  9. hi vp, I don't know how much water it takes to keep that alive. We have not had any rain in three weeks. No not sustainable.

    Hi curmudgeon, There is no place in that landscape to rest your eye. I think the color scheme is LOUD!!!

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  10. Fine....I'll say WHAT THE @#%$@^&&


    I've seen it in person...it would make ya'lls little garden heads SWIRL!!!!

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  11. I meme, I am afraid the image is burned into our brains.

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  12. Dee/reddirtramblingsJuly 28, 2008 at 6:40 AM

    It looks like a lot of work to me. All those annuals to plant. It is a little loud, but pretty.~~Dee

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  13. Hi Dee, It does look like a lot of work and a lot of water and a lot of annuals to be replaced next year. But again, to each their own.

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  14. Not my style but you've got to admire the color and the fact that these people love flowers! That cannot be bad! p.s. This is what most people go to flower shows to see and why Butchart Gardens exist.

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  15. Heh, it reminds me of my prom...in the 70's! :)

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