Tuesday Garden Party #TGP – Garden Inspiration for 10.14.14

Happy Tuesday! Last Saturday, I packed up my kids and we drove out to New York. My husband and I have business meetings later this week in Boston and I have a great friend who agreed to keep my kiddos while we’re in our meetings. Then, she’s bringing all the kids to Boston and we’re going to tour around a bit. We’ve been studying the American Revolutionary War in our homeschool this year, so we decided to take the homeschooling on the road.

It’s absolutely beautiful out here in Central New York. The trees are so many different colors and the weather is nice and cool. I love it! And I can’t wait to see Boston. I’ve never been there and I’ve read about some pretty amazing gardens that we intend to visit!

But today, it’s Tuesday Garden Party time… so let’s get started.

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Country Gardening Fall
Time is getting away from us dear garden friends!  It seems every day the leaves are disappearing and the colors are yet to peak in Southern Indiana.  We have had rain, rain and more rain… and WIND.  Hope all the leaves don’t blow off before we can enjoy them.
The garden is still blooming, but slowing way down and looking quite ragged in a few areas.  I am trying to keep weeds at bay and save a few seeds.  I will be planting bulbs by next week and pulling out spent annuals.  I cannot believe I am even thinking of this yet, but we have had some nights in the low 40’s and frost just north of here.
But it has been a beautiful garden year in 2014.  If you have not been following my garden posts….
Okay I have some lovely features to share with you….
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1.The Little White Cottage in the Wood’s Magic In The October Sun
2.The Little Farmstead’s Rustic Fall Centerpiece
3.My 1929 Charmer’s Early October Garden
4. Southern Seazon’s Outdoor Fall Decor
5. Bernideen’s Blog’s Bittersweet Tea in the Garden

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Comments

  1. Hi Michelle, Thanks for hosting. I love this time of year. Everything is so vibrant and the cooler weather makes me want to get outside and play in the garden where there is lots to do. Have a great weekend. I'll stop back later to check out what everyone is working on.
  2. Thanks so much for hosting the garden party! Fresh veggies are a wonderful addition to my freezer burritos. Your features are just beautiful! I hope you have an amazing time in Boston. What an opportunity. That's one place I've always wanted to visit, but haven't. It's so rich in history. Have fun!

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