There are some many types of gardens that I dream about creating. Water gardens, which I’ve had before and would like to someday have again. All kinds of gardens appeal to me.

I am inspired by the beautiful gardens and garden art I see on Pinterest. They are gardens to dream about. To envy and love gazing at.

Whimsy in the garden:

A vignette setting outdoors framed by shutters behind the table in this outdoor space.

It’s the end of March. When is spring going to be here?

Well, while I’m impatiently waiting, I looked up some garden photos at the BHG website to give me inspiration.

Ornamental Grasses in the garden:

Ornamental grasses of all colors shine and give me gardens to dream about

I love ornamental grasses. They add such texture and dimension to the garden. I plan to plant some grasses in containers for my apartment patio.

An urban garden:

This urban garden on top of a high building is another garden to dream about

The above photo just goes to show you can garden most anywhere. I absolutely love this roof garden. A garden in the middle of the city, with tall buildings in the background. Perfect for the urban gardener.

It must be a wonderful place to retreat to at the end of a long day. To sit and enjoy all the plants and the birds visiting. What a peaceful place.

Container gardens:

A pretty ceramic container with yellow and orange sitting on the ground in gardens to dream about.

The orange and yellow flowers inside the ceramic blue container set the perfect scene for the entrance to a garden. It beckons one to go beyond.

Landscaping gardens:

A yard with landscaped gardens surrounded by stones

Oh, this is spectacular! The various curved gardens surrounded with rocks. The tall trees in the background at the periphery frame these colorful gardens.

And of course the ornamental grasses that poke their heads above the flowers and wave in greeting.

The focal point:

The little bright colored house or she-shed is the focal point to this lovely garden space. The lavender fence surrounding it is whimsical and sweet.

And the misshapen brick path is a lovely way to guide you through the many types of plants.

A lavender fence:

Surely spring is on its way. I can’t wait to dig in the dirt and plant things!


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  1. I love all your garden photos, so colorful. We have such a small yard,so I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with your container garden in your new home. It's been quite rainy in our area the last few weeks. I'm looking forward to April and drier weather!

  2. My handyman came yesterday and was able to straighten out the roof pieces on my gazebo. The cloth didn't tear or rip from the weight of all the ice (back when we had the sudden rush of ice rain and sleet that bent the roof pieces and took forever to get rid of all the ice – there were long ice cicles handing on the inside of the gazebo). I sure was glad, too. The cats and I sat out their yesterday afternoon while it was warm. It's much easier to contemplate the yard when I'm out in it.

    Garden pictures sure help too. I love the purple fence and I don't even particularly like purple. But it sure made that yard look nice. Beautiful ideas.

  3. I love all the photos especially the last 2. Im not sure when Spring will get here. It has been quite cool over here today. We still have our Easter spell as mom called it. One more blast of cold and maybe snow. Mercy I hope it passes up by.

  4. Those gardens are lovely, each and every one of them. Due to our lack of water here I have dug up most of my flowers and replanted them all in one location. It was difficult to thin them out and not have as many, but I will be happy if what I have saved make it through the summer. I seriously love the purple, red, and yellow little building with that beautiful area in front of it. I am such a fan of day lilies. I have no doubt your area will be just as colorful and beautiful.

  5. Gray and raining here too. I imagine you can get lots of packing done on a day like this. I like the idea of the grasses planted in a pot. That would make for privacy without being invasive.

  6. Oh I can't wait to get out in my garden, tomorrow is suppose to be near 60, so I'll be heading outside. Because of surgery I never got in my garden once last year, so I am looking forward to my hands down in the soil, the smell of earth and the breeze in my hair while I am in my most favorite place to be, my garden. I love spectacular garden labeled spectacular. Love little rocks outlining the garden beds. The timing of moving is almost perfect, you can stay your garden a new with spring.

  7. These pictures just make me "drool" and more eager to get out and plant more flowers.. I have to go out next week and trim my "wavy" grass so it can come back again this spring and summer.. I just love it and am glad you're going to plant some in pots.. I love to see it blow in the breeze.
    I wish I was still in my jammies.. I'd be warmer.. Sorry you're having the same kind of weather that I am.
    Enjoy your day.. I think looking at gardening books and gardening spots on the internet would be a great way to spend a rainy day..
    Charlotte

  8. I was just thinking that maybe if you wanted some grasses planted in your yard, you might be able to pay the gardeners who maintain the premises to dig a few holes for you. I know you must be so excited and eager to move, get it over and be settled in. Well, so are we! Can't wait to see your new place.

  9. Thanks for photos of spring gardens. Here in Mississippi this morning it is a cold, overcast morning. But Spring when it comes will be welcomed with glee!

  10. Brenda, Other than the long sleeved gown, you are sounding like my Teddy. He has said the same things this morning. We have snow again. Yuck.. so believe me the garden pictures are so very inviting. xoxo,Susie

  11. Ahhh! Such glorious pictures! I absolutely love them. Warms me up just gazing at them.

    I love the color purple! We love to use a lot of purple in our container garden. Our front door is a softer purple!

    Thinking of you…
    Gayle

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