No, not THAT green door! The green door in which I am referring is that of my garden gate.
My garden is three years in the making and although it’s still way off from reaching maturity, it has come a long way since the summer of 2007 when I adopted this run down, neglected, forgotten orphan of a cottage which was sorely in need of TLC. Thus began a labor of love.
The yard was dead, literally and figuratively. Only petrified cat poo, weeds, and sandy, salty, parched earth made up the grounds of this place.
I had a lovely rusted out aluminum shed to contend with as well.
When it was first rototilled, not one earth worm reared its head. Yikes! Undaunted, I forged ahead to amend and restore. Little by little, loads and loads of compost were added and by the third layer of black gold, it finally seemed to come to life. Thanks, Cory for all your help!
Earth chi had been activated! I planted shrubs suited for this windy, salty, site, put in a lawn, (oh, get a life, why dontcha!), added flowers, whimsy and lots of love.
I highly recommend eliminating rusty aluminum sheds. Now I have a patio.
This is what I'm blessed with when I enter my garden gate. It has become a refuge.
I have so many clients who are in the same position with their houses. It can be overwhelming and they just don’t know where to begin, whether it be repainting their interior or adding curb appeal to their home’s exterior through paint. That’s where I enter the picture. If I can do it, so can you! Fearlessly, I will help you find direction. I can help you achieve a beautiful space full of life through the use color!
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