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Two Tones in the Garden

two tones collage 1

I have been busy digging out plants and potting them up at the front of our house as a landscape company will be here any day to dig up our front walk.  It has been falling apart for the last couple of years and needs to be widened and made more attractive.  Some of the plants have been there for a few years and are a good size so need to be divided up.  I sold some of the hosta at the spring plant sale at my Horticulture Society.   Some of these lovely tulips will need to be dug up also.  The primula may be able to stay.   I loved the two toned look to these beauties.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.  Welcome back Mary.   I hope the US bloggers have a wonderful long weekend.  We had ours last week.



Hi Val
Welcome back to you too, nice to see you posting again.
It will likely give you a lift from having the front fixed up, renos are tough during, but well worth it afterwards.
I like your two tone blooms too.
eileeninmd said…
Beautiful flowers, I love the tulips! Have a happy week ahead!
Snap said…
Your two toned flowers are indeed beauties. Sounds like you have a lot going on in your garden. Have fun!
Lorrie said…
The two-toned tulips are so striking and pretty. I hope you can save them for next year. Your new walkway will provide you with more gardening opportunities! Yay!
Hi Valerie

Lucky you - a new front walkway! I'm excited to see what you have come up with.

Great planning ahead to dig out and divide some of the plants.

Your two toned shots are lovely.
Pamela Gordon said…
A beautiful mosaic today. Two toned flowers always stand out. A new walkway will add a beautiful street scape to your home for sure. I hope it all goes well. Have a great week!
Ingmarie We said…
Lovely photos mosaic. The tulip is really stunning.
podso said…
Beautiful images! You do the best collages!
Lisa Gordon said…
I always love your mosaics, Valerie!
The flower in the upper right is really amazing.
Makes me think of a candy cane!

Have a wonderful day!

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