Random Pretty Pics: Flourishing Gardens & flowers

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Unfortunately here in Milwaukee, the state of Wisconsin & other midwestern areas are experiencing a drought. Our summers usually are filled with storms (some tornado producing (not in the city though) but this summer has been so dry. It’s causing people’s grass to look like hay. The farmers are seeing negative results which means soon corn, veggies and even beef (because cows and other animals are fed corn) will end up higher in price. That’s definitely not something any of us want….

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I personally LIVE for thunderstorms. The sound of the rumbling skies, heavy rains, & seeing my cat dart across my apartment is alway hilarious to me. Though some storms produce floods yearly (including my parent’s rec room which my brother & I remodeled…you can see the After Pics on my portfolio site), I think we all want a little bit more rain. I know I for one, am tired of dead yellow patches of grass…

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So I figured I’ll leave a little floral inspiration. What a great idea above? Using decorative jars to keep out the bugs and animals. I’m sure that’s costly…

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I’ll be glad when I can go pull green tomatoes from my parent’s yard. I love me some fried green tomatoes…

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{All images via my Pinterest Flowers & Plant Life board as well as my Exterior Love & Random Pretty Things boards}

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Amazing, I would die to have a garden like those!

    The Aestate

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  2. Suzy Q says:

    woww love these gardens… great post! :))

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