Wednesday, May 19, 2010

a new look

for several years i've been thinking about laying a dry-stacked stone wall on this bank.
it felt like a huge project but ended up being fairly easy and the actual stonework only took several hours.
i already had the stones from other projects and snitched a few from other places around the yard.
i love the transformation and wonder why i didn't do it before!



planting geraniums here would look lovely against the stone.
however, i'm thinking of letting this space empty
and planting ajuga there in the fall, which i already have.

  a tutorial on a dry-stacked wall is in my gardening blog fleur gardens in two posts.



linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence party.


Flea Market Trixie said...

That looks really good, I love stacked stone it reminds me of the England countyside.

Marianne@Songbird said...

Funny how some projects that seem so hard, actually turn out to be easy, while others give you an unexpected hard time.
What a wonderful garden!

Frog Hollow Farm Girl said...

A sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm Girl! Your rock wall looks great, and so perfect in that space too! I popped over from Rooms to Inspire - love your blog! Ciao, bella!

Enjoying the Scenery said...

The wall looks great Esther! You make it look so easy!!

Room to Inspire said...

The wall looks amazing! With that pop of color, I think geraniums would look great.


Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures said...

I love your rock wall. It caught my eye at the linky party right away.

Proper Prim said...

Love your wall... what a difference stones can make. Very nice job.

Found you over at Beyond the Picket Fence.

Hugs, Deb

Brambleberry Cottage said...

I love it! We've been gathering fieldstone from our acreage for awhile now to use in several projects like yours. I'll have to go check your tutorial out. Thanks for sharing.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

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