I love visiting beautiful gardens! Everyone is unique and it's just interesting to see the different twist everyone puts on plantings and garden art.
This charming bungalow was the first stop on the tour.
The small backyard was too shady to grow grass so they created three seating areas:
|Interesting displays of antiques and found objects|
Something beautiful in every corner of the yard
|Boxwood added structure in many of the gardens on the tour.|
|The next stop was a historic mansion just south of downtown KC.|
|Multicolored coleus marched along the driveway to the carriage house.|
My favorite urn.
The tour continued a few blocks away at a Dutch colonial that was built in 1924
Several birdbaths were sprinkled around the yard, include two square ones.
They said they didn't do anything special to get this beautiful blue color on the hydrangea.
Final stop was in the suburbs at a much newer home.
Brick path had a variety of mill stones for added interest.
Birdbath tucked along the path.