|Fairy garden 1|
|Fairy garden 2|
The homeowner has created quite the little vignette with her welcome fairy gardens - she even has a little park bench set up around a Gopher Plant "tree"
|Fairy Garden - wider angle|
|Front yard certified wildlife habitat.|
|Front yard - a different angle|
|Front yard under the trees - gazing ball included.|
Heading around to the back yard, one will pass the vertical succulent planter that hides the trash and recycling bins.
|A novel concept - and one that looks much nicer than just having the bins sitting out on the driveway.|
Upon entering the backyard, I noticed this little terrarium and thought "HEY! That's just like mine!" Only, of course, mine is used to start seeds instead of being a fairy pondering locale.
|The little greenhouse is from Ikea, if you want to go get one for yourself.|
|The garden gnome village|
The gnomes have a swanky little bachelor pad set up right on the local pond.
|A close-up of the garden gnome village|
|River bed, grass and hammock.|
The entire yard (both front and back) must be very waterwise considering the minimal amount of turf grass and the copious amount of native plants.
|A more artsy photo of the dry river bed - vertical shot for things that are "long" - that's why most photos of single people are vertical, while groups of people are horizontal.|
|Shrimp plant, with Turk's cap.|
|I love the look of the garden gate being open - it looks like it's leading to a secret garden.|
|Agave snout-nosed weevil|