The trailing offspring became a trailing spouse - and life keeps changing
That's a beautiful spot! I love the grapes climbing the walls...~~~Blessings~~~
i stick to very basic gardening as im definitely no green thumb ;) so to grow grapes, apples & pears i am very impressed!
Good take on "empty". I love the photo of the table etc.
what nice pictures....these were great..happy saturday to you
You did a very good job here. Love to have these fruit bearing trees in my garden too.Happy weekend!
Amazing how you transformed the empty space into something that looks sunshiny. :)
Great transformation of your empty garden, I bet you enjoyed the fruit after all your hard work!
Looks like it turned into quite a nice garden. I love the photo of the table with the fruit. Looks like it is straight from a magazine. :-)Thanks for stopping by.
You've done a wonderful job with this garden. Thanks for coming by My Photo Blog.Lissa did my header too.
What a change..for the good!!Happy Hunting :)
Good for you! What are you growing this year?
Very beautiful - I love to see a post where something else is filled after being empty. I bet your grapes, apples and pears tasted like paradise =)
that's so cool! they are my fave fruits too! the grapes looks so yummy ! great take on the hunt for today! happy hunting!
How did you get apple and pears within three years? I'm envious of the garden, besides health issues, been too lazy lately.Managed to plant only a few lily bulbs, last year.
What a great garden! :) It looks wonderful after being empty three years ago. Terrific choice for the theme!
Wow, what a beautiful transformation. Amazing how you were able to turn an empty place into a great garden. Those grapes look really delicious.Thanks for visiting me earlier.
What a beautiful job you have done. Grape vines are so hopeful with their fruit to come.
Wows! My daughter would really like to grow a garden. Nice choice for "empty" and thanks for dropping by for a visit.
What a beautiful transformation!Thanks for stopping by!
how beautiful...thanks for sharing.Have a great weekend.
Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing them!
Gorgeous, and the grapes make me so hungry too. That must be a beautiful garden now.
A beautiful transformation. A lovely spot to sit now. Happy weekend.
Now that is urban improvement for real! What a difference! It must make all the difference for people who care for it!
Those are wonderful looking grapes that eventually came from the empty looking garden. Love how you interpreted this theme. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.
I haven't looked all that many photo hunters and all so different.I see you put a lot of time and love into your garden what a great picture.I did picture for the photo hunt. I think I'll have it down by next Saturday and it should be done right.
Thank you everyone for your comments. It was carefully designed to be a low maintenance garden because we are away so much, and a good proportion of it is covered in gravel. Don't give us too much credit for hard work!We too were surprised at how quickly everything has grown. It seems to be fertile soil. There are two vines growing but only one is fruiting - the red grapes have yet to appear.
What an amazing transformation! I love the space, it looks so comfortable and happy. I think I'd spend most of my time outside if I had a space like that.
What great before and after pix!Mine's up too :)
You did a wonderful job! I'm glad that it's not empty anymore.
A bare open space, full of promise - and then we see the promise fulfilled: wonderful!
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