Part 2—More Amazing Gardens

octagon porch

We all need a little fantasy porch.


Good morning happy people. The gardens on todays post are the last of the lovely gardens on our tour. How inspirational that one of these gardens was created after a devastating hurricane…good to know while yet another one is headed our way. I am motivated to get out in my garden and rethink a few of the areas I was worried about. Maybe we all need a little inspiration to push us out of our comfort zone every now and then. I think I see a water feature in my future—lets see what the storm brings our way. Keep safe, stock up on hurricane necessities and for goodness sake stay dry!

relaxing view of lake and mountains

And the view is amazing too—relax and enjoy.


lovely planter



tin planter at entry

Or maybe this little lovely.


side entry porch

This is such a welcoming side entry.


garden entry

I think this was my favorite garden entry—especially the Savannah sugar pot.


lovely planter

My favorite planter–save for next year.


stone garden steps

These stone steps lead to…


children's garden arch

…the children’s garden. I love this idea.


water fall

OK, We do need another water feature in the garden.


moss covered bridge

Moss covers the foot bridge to even more gardens.


Savannah sugar pot

This lovely sugar pot is from Savannah, Georgia.


pink container garden

Think pink!


Boxwood entry garden

Boxwood, stone and wisteria—yes, please!


coffee patio

I would love this early morning spot for coffee—I need those tripods!


hurricane ddestruction pon

All of this beauty from hurricane destruction—amazing.


woodland path with lights

What a wonderful walk in the woods.


party barn

And, we all need a party barn for a great party..


xo♥, Lissy
All photos by Lissy Parker for You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit and link the source.


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  1. Reply

    Lynn Ziglar

    September 14, 2018

    Entry to children’s garden hits a heartstring! So wonderful!
    Lynn Ziglar
    Love it all

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      September 14, 2018

      Liz, This whole garden was amazing! The playhouse was totally furnished and had a real stone fireplace.

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    Cathy Garrett

    September 22, 2018

    Love the gardens and beautiful porch, The entry to the children garden is so cute! The fountain plantings stone walkway and bridge are wonderful.



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