May is the start of Garden Tour Season
Communities open wide their garden gates
for various groups
which use the tours as a fundraiser.
Held their Garden Tour
Friend Priscilla and I went
And came back with ideas . . .
Flowers and water stations
Herbs and Lettuces
Do you ever wonder what to do with the old big satellite dish?
A perfect solution!
And there were vendors and I brought home
A potting shed for the fairies
Which is a replica of the one in Linderhof's garden
We stopped mid tour for lunch
at my favorite restaurant in Paola
I had the sauerbraten
And mashed potatoes
And red cabbage
I took food home
And was too full for dessert!
It was a fun day
This first garden tour of 2013!
It's Sunday and I'm joining The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays.
Very nice ideas for sure. Thanks for sharing!
Hi Martha, I enjoyed the garden tour items you featured, especially the fairy gardens. I love the little hut you purchased for your own fairy garden.
What a wonderful afternoon spent with a friend on a Garden Tour!!!
I am always amused at the Fairy Gardens, some are miniature and others more child~size. Guess it's all personal choice! I loved seeing the herbs!!!
First trip to the lower level with sirens blarring today here on the Prairie...guess Tornado Season has arrived!!!
I don't know how I missed this post but am glad I found it backtracking!
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