Friday, September 9, 2011

World's End

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I want to tell you all about it, but I have to get back to my real life and make some weddings right this second I'm so behind

All I can think about is buying fritillaria bulbs here - finally allowing myself to start planning the garden and it's overwhelming

24 comments:

Julie said...

It's beautiful! Can't wait to hear all about it--and what a dream, to plan a garden for your lovely new home! Congratulations!

Zoe said...

Congratulations! Really look forward to seeing your plans develop... I'm sure your garden will be interesting and artful.

Michelle Stiles said...

I am so stoked that it worked out! Can I come from the west coast and check it out when you are all settled?

Anonymous said...

did the whole place cost 190k? thats a bargain as its amazing! you have to keep that beautiful piece of wallpaper thats all torn up against the yellow wall (saw it on one of your flicker photos)
you can even make it a wedding venue so people come up to you....and you can get another dog from a local shelter as a friend for nea? Red hook will miss you.

brand-eye said...

oh my goodness, it's gorgeous!! congratulations, i can't wait to see what you do with it. that pond, ...sigh... i want it.

Floret Flowers said...

When the time comes to really dig into garden planning, I've got some killer wholesale suppliers for plants/bulbs/garden supplies you might want to connect with. Also, there are some really wonderful books I'm happy to share that will be so,so helpful in the planning/learning/growing process.

So happy for you!

Ashley Fox said...

I am so happy for you. Your beautiful birch stand, the pond complete with lilies, the big maple or oak? in the middle, everything. So happy for you!

alexis said...

just came across your site and love the layout and your photographs.

Sealicious said...

Holy Sh*t!!!! Congratulations!!! It looks epic :)

Wildstyle Designs said...

WOW!!! How gorgeous! Can't wait to see it all unfold....

Sarahbeth said...

whoop whoop! fanfreakintastic!

Clare Day Flowers said...

YEAHHHHHH!!!!!

Elizabeth Gilmore said...

Congrats, so happy it worked out. I guess marking your territory paid off?!

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D said...

You've reached an entirely new level of cool, you know that? Fritillaria pontica. Wanna see it in your garden.

Elizabeth said...

So, so so beautiful. It really looks like a peaceful home. Your garden is going to be spectacular. Are you relocating Saipua? Or splitting your time?

julie said...

so, so happy for u - can't wait to see more pics of your beautiful dream farm. xxx

Anonymous said...

as a young farmer trying so hard to buy land, i'd love to know how you pulled this off- it's lovely!

Kathryn said...

Happy new home! I'm so excited about reading your garden design posts! Love this blog - your photos + flowers are just beautiful. K x

Miss Natalie said...

Congrats!!! What a beautiful piece of property! I am excited for all the possibilities that lay ahead for you guys and your new space.

count buckula said...

nice work sarah

TypeASeattle said...

Congratulations Sarah & Eric! So happy everything worked out. You work too hard to not have a little slice of heaven for yourselves. Cheers!

Sara Lacey said...

Congratulations. What an amazing home! Best wishes to you.

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In my view everybody must go through it.

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