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Thursday, March 24, 2016

Greenery and Growth in Poppy Lane


Here is a never before seen picture of the area we now refer to as Poppy Lane. Back in early 2014, before I even started this blog, it boasted an array of succulents and other life. Hiding under the soil are the beginnings of my experience with Sunflowers.



The video above shows how Poppy Lane started back in March, 2015. Unfortunately, at that time, there weren't any poppies in bloom and coverage was minimal.

Just a few months ago in January, I posted about our beloved Poppy Lane's renovation in progress. I added a cinder block border that allowed a natural spacing for poppy planting as well as a variety of succulents. It was the beginning of a new hope for my yard which I was very excited about. In the short amount of time from then to now, look at the growth in Poppy Lane!

January 2016

March 2016
Not only has Poppy Lane grown out, my lawn is so much more green and I've gotten so many compliments from my neighbors!

January 2016

March 2016
It's so wonderful to have a plethora of poppies in Poppy Lane for a change! The fairies took notice to the attention I gave this area of the community in the last few months and took it upon themselves to do some upgrades of their own!

Beautifully accented by the array of flora and succulents, this home is great for a fairy that loves sunshine. There is also an even smaller house nearby for a small animal companion or child's playhouse.

A closer look inside suggests that whoever was here last night had a fun celebration with Elderberry Wine.

Surrounded by vibrant poppies, another sunflower is well on it's way to it's journey toward the sun.


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4 comments:

  1. Children would love these fairy things.. fun for you I bet.

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    1. I am a child at heart so I can tell you, children do love it, including my children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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  2. What a difference! I love your blooming garden. More enchanting for the fairies.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. The fairies agree, they love it so much.

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