While inside the house I'm toiling away, scrubbing walls, picking paint colors and infusing our own smell, the nature of our yard seems to be freshening up all on it's own.
Last weekend, Axel and I traveled to Pittsburgh and were lucky enough to spend some time at an east coast wedding. The wedding took place on a farm, complete with dogs that napped on the dance floor, one wickedly good "cookie table", and a barn fit for Kate Middleton herself. If you're in the market for a Pennsylvania wedding, I highly recommend Armstrong Farms!
So coming home from spectacular landscaping I felt compelled to do some exploring within the fenced confines of our own lot. Over 20 trees grace this city sized chunk of land (that's way more than necessary)...some of them already on the chopping block...but will wait until fall so we can experience a summer in full bloom.
Leading with the camera, I first captured a few tiny beginnings and then got down and dirty trimming some of what 20 years of "wild" has created.
plum tree blossoms
all trimmed up . . . pine
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