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Saturday, April 3, 2010

My Brick Garden

Winter had gone and I am ready for spring, and gardening. We bought this tulips flower yesterday to display for centerpiece on the table for Easter Party tomorrow. It will served as a double purpose because when the party will be over, this will be planted on the ground. I noticed that my tulips last year, survived the winter. So, this might last for the years to come to. Last February, my FIL received this orange tree as his birthday gift. Now, eventhough it is small, it bears so much fruit already.
Here is the plant, it is like 3ft tall and blooming with flowers.
On the right side, the center of our front yard is my little circular flower spot. Some of the flowers survived the winter and it is blooming. I took this picture just now, thanks to the clever innovation of technology.
This week, I just decided to landscape this portion using curve with arch bricks design. I only use 36 pieces and hey, you can buy it at Walmart with unbeatable price.
Well, I am not done planting as you can see some part of it is still bare. I will be posting pictures as it progress. Thanks for dropping by everyone. Happy Easter!


  1. Aww, that is a very cute and inspiring garden you got! I am planning to have a raised garden this year. I am posting my progress in gardening too!


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