Isn't that the British phrase? Well, we are hardly British, but we do have a garden in back of our house. It's not exactly my baby: The previous owners put it there; my husband is way more of a gardener than I am; and the layout is kind of goofy (bare patches, a huge Japanese maple right in the middle of everything). Plus my son likes to dig big holes. But I love eating dinner at outdoor table on warm (enough) nights, and having furniture out there makes it feel like our house has another room.
|Tiny flowers (weeds?) growing against the house|
|I think these are called grape muscari|
|Daffodils need no introduction|
Of course, the best part is the weeping cherry.
Tessa likes it too.