Magic of Time

It began with removing some grass…

Then adding 2 raised vegetable boxes,

and a fountain,DSCN0140
a few trellises

DSCN0122and a path meandering thru

and spying a place to ponder when in the mood to rest…DSCN9084perhaps sitting down on this new addition of a wonderful boulder…

and planting many new edibles for yearlong enjoyment
and adding in unique Annie’s Annuals as fabulous perennials to give interest all year long.


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9 Responses to Magic of Time

  1. Malinda says:


    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Kim says:

    Thank you Malinda! I am hoping your garden is lovely and established and providing you and passerbys many moments to cherish and enjoy surrounded by your beautiful garden!

  3. claire says:

    Looks nice Kimberly. We are in the process of landscaping our backyard. Any perennials you would recommend?

  4. nancy kaplan says:

    beautifully impressive!


    On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 10:30 AM, invitingspacesbykim wrote:

    > Kim posted: “It began with removing some grass… Then adding 2 raised > vegetable boxes, and a fountain, a few trellises and a path meandering thru > and spying a place to ponder when in the mood to rest… perhaps sitting > down on this new add”

    • Kim says:

      Thank you Nancy! I have finished 2013 seasonal and new projects.
      Now time to blog about some of my clients gardens in the coming slower weeks.
      …back indoors other than planting over 1,500 tulip bulbs this year in several clients gardens in a couple of weeks! Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Shari says:

    This transformation is truly ‘poetry in motion’. Gorgeous work, Kim.

    • Kim says:

      Thank you Shari, I did not see this thoughtful and lovely response from you until just now.
      Wishing you and your family a very happy 2014. Still think of you when drive by your street coming and going. Hope life is full of magical moments. Blessings.

  6. Jocelyne says:

    What a wonderful transformation Kim, it’s really really beautiful ! I love the raised boxes, the wood is so beautiful. It’s a beautiful garden to sit in and enjoy the views. You did a great job 🙂

    • Kim says:

      Thank you for your kind response. January has provided me more time to appreciate the hard work perusing the pictures and intentionally trying to blog more showcase what makes sense in small postings. Most of my clients I work any and all over updating in more than one small space to beautify. Hard to show this in effective few photos. We are blessed but now perhaps too blessed with mild winters here in N. CA. No rain this year is eerie and concerning…what i create needs water to bloom…Happy 2014 to you! I Love your posts!

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