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My May Garden

Ruby Tears Crab Apple I know, I know! It's June 7th, and here I am with my May Garden post. Believe me when I say, that I have taken all of these photos throughout the month of May, no June pics included here :). It's always mind blowing how much can change can happen in just one month - seriously not only in the garden but in life too, ya know! The garden was barely popping READ MORE
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#YOLO

We are cabin people forever in our hearts, but now in real life too! We are under contract on a small A-frame-ish cabin nestled in a forest that sits above a sparkling lake. If you have ever spent any time around this blog you know I talk about cabins and cabin vibes a lot. For us, not only are cabins magical little getaway places, but they are beloved, sentimental spaces that on an emotional READ MORE
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The Patio : From Slab to Fab

This post was made in partnership with NewTechWood. They provided me with the decking for the patio, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. I wasn't aware of it for a long time, but I recently discovered that our backyard was hiding something amazing from us. This awesomeness was disguised as a concrete slab next to our garage that was probably intended for overflow parking. We are a two car READ MORE
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Adding Color to my Garden

If you're familiar with the blog, you might recognize the garden picture below. This is the most sloppy garden in our backyard - there's always one that you kinda neglect. I've been slowly filling in the base of the garden with "leftover" perennials for the last few years - by leftover I mean things that I have divided and stuck in here all willy-nilly-like. There are a lot of Hostas, a few READ MORE
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My April Garden

Pagoda Dogwood Welp guys, there was a lot of death in my garden this year. This is strange to me since we didn't have a worse than normal winter, it was actually a whole lot warmer than normal. A lot of perennial root systems seemed to turn to mush, and I can only imagine that it most likely had something to do with that warmer-than-usual-weather thing that the world has READ MORE
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