//

This Genius IKEA Hack Is The Best One Yet — And It Only Costs $10

Cottage Garden,Homesteading

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Sowing patience for life's ups, downs

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Sowing patience for life's ups, downs

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Sowing patience for life's ups, downs

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Nancy Bellaire's garden in Baltimore.

Victory gardens: Sun garden contest winners for 2015

Nancy Bellaire's garden in Baltimore.

Honorable mention: Gardeners of the future

Sowing patience for life's ups, downs

Honorable mention: Gardeners of the future

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Sowing patience for life's ups, downs

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Sowing patience for life's ups, downs

Danny and Shanna Blackwell’s garden, Baltimore | In 2013 the couple moved into a 90-year-old home on a quarter-acre lot so overgrown with weeds, poison oak and English ivy that they weren't even sure where their property lines were. The Blackwells spent most of their first summer trying to clear away the debris. Today, a front sun garden features lilies, roses, lavender and annuals. In the driveway, Shanna is growing vegetables.

Pinterest
Search