Seasons In The Garden: the backyard panorama

Here is the view when you walk into the back garden from the east side yard, which is the main way back there. I have some big gaps between photographs. I think I’m gonna make this view a monthly photography assignment and then add some more pictures to this post at a later date.

Yesterday in the rain: March 9th. Note all of the chicken wire on the ground. Everything not covered by these sheets of chicken wire was dug up last night by a ROUS, and those areas of the lawn now resemble the post-ACL mudpit of Zilker Park.

Yesterday in the rain: March 9th. Note all of the chicken wire on the ground. Everything not covered by it was dug up last night by a ROUS, and those areas of the lawn now resemble the post-ACL mudpit of Zilker Park.

Early May.

Early May.

Early June. The catmint is blooming.

Early June. The catmint is blooming.

Late September.

Late September.

Late November.

Late November.

The end of November with fading fall color.

The end of November with fading fall color.

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2 Responses to Seasons In The Garden: the backyard panorama

  1. Tracie Storie says:

    Looks great Lori! Thanks for posting the seasonal photos!

  2. I should also do this! Thank you for the idea! By the way If you like to put stone works in your garden you can get some ideas from Fulshear Landscaping, I think it will be perfect for your pathway. 🙂

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