The most beautiful spot in the garden

Much of my time has been spent doing yardwork lately. It’s a good to way to connect with nature and recharge emotionally, although it can be demanding physically! I once read that to be a good gardener, you have to hate the weeds as much as you love the flowers. It’s so important to remove the weeds for the remaining plants to have the room to grow.

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3 comments on “The most beautiful spot in the garden
  1. Sweet! I also like the bench back there…

  2. Mong Nhan says:

    I am not sure, I am wondering if you want to travel to somewhere? What a pity, If you see many beautiful spots. For me, I want and will travel anytime when I can. However I also agree with you that, doing garden is wonderfull.

  3. dailyplanit says:

    I had the opportunity this summer to travel to Cape Cod and see the ocean for the first time-truly gorgeous! One of my goals came true with the help of a friend. I do enjoy being home too, though.

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