Question: What would you say blogging has inspired you to do in your garden that you didn’t expect? Please leave your answers in a comment 🙂
It’s fair to say that garden blogging changes the way we look at our gardens. In our pursuit of supporting photos we discover small details often overlooked. We become inspired by further research, posts by other garden bloggers and drawn to aspects of gardening never remotely considered when we published that first blog post.
AUG 30: Common Darter resting on pondside bergenia leaves.
Happy 11th Birthday, shirls gardenwatch!!! I seriously never expected to be publishing this birthday post today. Wow… eleven years. Thanks to blogging with you I’ve turned my garden into a space that so much wildlife visits, that I never imagined, but at the same time I’ve kept my plant lover’s garden too. I found a fun creative outlet in taking photos, videos and writing in a variety of styles. I’ve ‘met’ some great people along the way too 🙂
THANK-YOU to everyone who has continued to pop by during a more sparse year of blog posts and blog browsing. I have seriously appreciated seeing your comments come through. Our interactions with our gardens is one of the great aspects of garden blogging. You all continue to inspire me drawing me back to post when I can.
Wishing you all a great week ahead! Below are some links that might inspire you or someone you know to build a garden wildlife pond 🙂
This post was published by Shirley for shirls gardenwatch in November 2017.