What do you think of when you contemplate the word merge?
66 Malcolm Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN
Most of the snow here in the Twin Cities has melted. The days are getting longer and warmer. I was browsing through photos and came across this one from earlier in the winter. I like the signage with the name and street address in metal.
Goodbye winter and snow and cold. See you again someday but not too soon!
There is a wide variety of front gardens in view as one wanders around town. I find myself drawn to arbors and white picket fences with plenty of plantings. Here’s another example of an abundant front yard, complete with fountain, bench seating, trellises, zen rock sculpture, and blooms a-plenty! Enjoy.
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This garden caught my eye as I walked down a street in Hopkins. It offers the perfect blend of flowers, shrubs, chairs, lawn, and the charming, white picket fence. The array of plants with their numerous colors and shapes are a sight to admire. Everything looked healthy and well-tended. It was clear that the owner put time, energy and love into this space.
Plantings are located both inside and outside the fencing.
The curb appeal is greatly enhance by this garden.
These bright roses were in abundance along the fence and the arbor.
These pink roses peek out from around other greenery in the garden.
(I used my cell phone camera so the photos in this post aren’t the best.)
The window boxes extend the garden to the exterior of the home.