A Peddlar's Garden Tour

Friday, April 03, 2009

There can be no other occupation like gardening in which, if you were to creep up behind someone at their work, you would find them smiling. - Mirabel Osler

The smiling gardener that I am about to introduce is Eunice, my sister-in-law. She moved into this house some 15 years ago and has been working on this green space since then. Her garden occupies the compound infront of her terrace house.






Eunice is passionate about growing beautiful plants. She never gives up on a withering plant. She would move the plants around to ensure the plants get the best spot in her garden to survive and grow healthily.




Once, a peddlar, who was in the neighbourhood, came to ask for permission to enter her garden to have a closer look at all her plants. Guess what? The peddlar took about an hour to finish her tour! Below are glimpses of the peddlar's garden tour...



And the tour continues...



...more blooms...



The last pic wasn't really a bloom though. But since it's a nice looking plant, I decided to include it as well.

Hope you have enjoy
ed the tour as much as the peddlar and I have :-)

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10 comments

  1. Absolutely beautiful. She does grow a lot of great flowers and her gardens look fantastic!

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  2. Hi Steph! I was just clearing my garden this morning I could see how messy it was!

    But still, the pictures of the flowers were fabulous! Kudos!

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  3. Very impressive- some people are just natural gardeners! I have to work at it :). Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  4. Her garden is wonderful. So many beautiful flowers.Her hard work is showing in the garden.

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  5. Wow.. so beautiful!!! How lovely to wake up in the morning surrounded by the Garden of Eden :)

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  6. I agree, it's beautiful. So many plants to keep up with--and they all look great. She definitely has green thumb;-)

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  7. Steph, I'm sure your s-i-l wouldn't mind you taking cuttings of each plant to add to your garden! But you may have to move..lol! I love all those tropical plants, especially the plumeria and ginger! Thanks for the tour!

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  8. Now there is my kind of garden! Thanks for the tour.

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  9. Wow, I am so happy to find that you all love this garden also.

    Lynn, you're right, Eunice will not mind parting cuttings or even grown plants. But, I definitely do not have a lot of space for more plants.

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  10. Gorgeous! I am more determined than ever to plan my potted garden, if Chicago's weather ever permits. Found your blog thru City Diggitty.

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