Thursday, August 21, 2008

Sprites Great Adventure-Belgian Landscape Artist Extraordinaire

I probably should have known better than to name Kylie the registered name of Sprites Great Adventure....though everything IS an adventure to her (and besides it had to be a "G" name). Anyway I'm turning this one over to her.......


HI! My name is Kylie and I'd like to show you my latest work of art! Come over here with me....
There used to be this boring patch of grass. I tried improving on it by giving it different texture. Mom said it looked reminiscent of a bomb field. She has no appreciation, really! Anyway, I found these plants, randomly planted in some dirt and in my minds eye I could see them as a real statement in front of the house. See what you think......































It will really look lovely once the grass starts greening up again and the plants fill out a little........

I also had to do some pruning.....so it may take awhile for these plants to fill out.

NOW, take a look at the boring area I removed them from:
















Next, my challenge will be to find something that is just begging to be transplanted to this landscaping opportunity.....


Until next time, this is Kylie, Belgian Landscape Artist Extraordinaire saying "Au Revoir"!

7 comments:

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Kylie is absolutely beautiful. How difficult it must be to get frustrated with that face _ I think she knows it, too! :-)

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Argg...

mudranch said...

Oooohhh, nice job Kylie! I bet your mama was proud! :D

goatgirl said...

Silly dog!

shadow mountain jacobs farm said...

Hey,Where was she when I needed post holes dug? She could have saved me some money.Gotta love um.

Jenny Holden said...

LOL, well done Kylie, good day's work there. Such a shame our garden is so far away from you!!

Twinville said...

I tell you, you are just not utilizing that girl's amazing talents.
Kylie knows what looks good. You oughta take her advice. tee hee.

This reminds me of that pet episode where that rescued doberman was trying to communicate by setting up her stuffed animals in patterns, such as colors, shapes, and type.

So cool!