Sunday, September 8, 2013

TUESDAYS AT OUR HOME #27


Hello, there!.
I hope everyone had a good weekend.

Ours was quite, my husband worked some more on the back porch and I just did a little tweaking around the house and planning for my outdoor Fall decor and flower bed :)

With the change of season almost here, I was thinking of may be planting some mums on my flower bed 
like I have always done.  

This Summer has been so very hot, I decided not to plant any flowers and I am really missing them, but the truth is that with the drought, triple digit temperatures and no rain, they would of lasted a week. 
On the other hand, the bushes on our flower bed are loving the heat and they have grown so much that I don't know if I will have any space left for mums. :)

This is what our flower bed looked like five years ago when we moved in.



A year and a half later


 Last year



And now



Big difference, right?
We just had all the bushes cut and trimmed and I still don't think I will have room for Fall flowers. 
Well, I guess I will have to see what I can do. :)

Now, lets get ready for another great party. 

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22 comments:

  1. We really saw the effects of last year's drought this Summer. The plantings really took a beating last year. Hoping they bounce back next year.

    I usually buy large mums and put them in urns on the front porch. That is a great for added color without planting in the beds.

    Thanks so much for hosting!

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  2. Maria Elena, I would've missed the flowers too :( but you are smart ;) Good thing you can enjoy them now. Thanks for hosting the party, have a great week!

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  3. It was very interesting to see how your landscaping has matured. I think you could squeeze in a few mums though!

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  4. All your transitions have been very pretty Ma. Elena and now your lovely home has a beautiful Green frame to it...wonderful! Thank you so much for the awesome party. Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  5. Wow! Your bushes really grew, Ma.Elena. You have a beautiful home and yard..Christine

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  6. Love your mini garden up front Maria Elena! Thanks for hosting too!

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  7. I love your beautiful front yard! Thanks for the party too!

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  8. Your yard looks so nice. I can't wait to start working in ours.

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  9. Maybe a few flower pots for instant gratification? Thank you for hosting.

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  10. Hey Maria Elena,

    Been away with computer problems, but am back and happy to be here again! Thanks for hosting!

    Poppy

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  11. I'd be tempted to go with a few in pots too. I actually like the way the garden looks now.

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  12. Ha Maria Elena, I have the same front yard dilemma! Our pretty greenery has flourished so, that there is barely any room for color! I guess I am going to have to squeeze them in or start buying pots! Thanks for the party, I linked up an older post from the days before I knew about Link parties...hope that's ok! :)

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  13. Now that's a well planned landscape. It filled in beautifully and looks really great. I did plant some mums, and guess what? They lasted one week in the darn heat! You're so smart! Thanks for hosting your party, Maria. Enjoy your week.

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  14. Wow, your shrubs really have grown! Maybe pots of mums will work! Thanks so much for hosting!

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  15. I'm sure you'll make room for beautiful Fall mums ... I put mine in pots and scatter them in our beds ... they tend to last a bit longer for me that way! Happy "almost" Fall!

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  16. Amazing how fast greens will grown....you think at the time you plant them it will take forever for them to grow and then in no time, a beautiful garden. Thanks for hosting my friend. Diane

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  17. Your yard is lovely Maria! Thank you for hosting!~~Angela

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  18. I'm a little late for the party but I made it! Your grounds are just gorgeous!
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  19. What a gorgeous home. And the landscaping is beautiful.

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  20. Happy to participate for the first time and to be your newest French follower !
    xoxo from PARIS

    Joëlle

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