Thursday, February 16, 2006

So Many Ideas!

A very interesting couple of hours spent with the Landscape Designer this morning. Lots of ideas and advice but even more importantly for us, confirmation that our ideas, for the most part, are feasible.

Now we have to knuckle down and put a detailed plan on paper to submit to CB, who will then make any necessary adjustments and together we'll work out how to bring it all to fruition.

Lots of work, but hopefully the end result will be worth the effort and expense.

I'll definitely keep you posted - in writing and pictures. Before it's finished you'll no doubt all be wishing that I would just go away!


Since I have nothing else to post here, following is a photo for each season.






Carol said...

Lovely pictures Alice!

I wish you much succes with your garden project!

Sonia said...

What a beautiful flowers, Alice.
Love your photos!

Flossy said...

Love that rose!

You are going to have so much fun redesigning your garden :)

Kerri said...

I can feel just how excited you are about this project. It'll be such fun, and we'll be eagerly looking forward to the updates.
What's the name of that rose Alice? It's so beautiful!
Love all your pictures. What kind of tree is the one with white blossoms? A flowering crab perhaps?

Calidore said...

Why does your garden look so good and mine so awful Alice? Ohh I know, you had rain and it has two dedicated gardeners working in it. The one mine has is just worn
Seriously though do keep blogging about working with the landscape designer and how it is all going. I have never called in a LD (too many ideas of my own) and it will be interesting to see the thought and work progress.
PS Love the autum tree - what is it called? Other than "Tree" that is..vbg.

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Lovely pictures Alice, 'reflecting through the seasons'. Marion

Kali said...

Good on you guys for getting advice from a LD. I can imagine how exciting and rewarding it will all be...can't wait to hear all about it :)

susan said...

Love the four seasons photos, your garden/yard looks great all year long!