Sunday, July 12, 2009

2009 Seattle's Georgtown Garden Walk

I got plenty of creative ideas from the garden walk yesterday. I had no idea that 'working class' Georgetown in the shadow of Boeing Field, had so many lovely gardens. Most impressive was how some people made little nooks and crannies that were very inviting in yards that were really only a fifth of what I have. This is one very LONG slide show and I even left out a few photos. I was so inspired that I went home and made a trellis for my pumpkin vine. I am hoping that it will climb up to the deck! In addition to feeding my plant lust I found a new Mexican restaurant that has very tasty tamales and when you walk in the door you feel like you are in Mexico; Coliman Restaurant and Taqueria on Carleton Ave. S.

3 comments:

Lynn said...

I liked the creative borders a lot!
Lynn

Chase said...

So inspiring..I like the mossy gardener! Now if only I had a green thumb.....

Lisa said...

The bowling balls remind me of up north. I am sure my husband would like the hub cap border too. Love all the photos!!! Lisa