Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Corner View Ohio- Back Window View

Here is our backyard view from afar. We have a little woodland at the edge of our property line, a field which we are giving back to nature to do as she pleases, and a few wild areas where elder and many other plants are growing wild.



My hubby mows trails weekly so we can explore the field in a little more comfortable manner.


Here are some closer views of the plants in our backyard:

Grapevine


Clover
Blackberry


Daisy Fleabane



Poison Ivy, this one we could live without!

Another common backyard view!



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40 comments:

Jane said...

I'd love to go walking in that field! What a great place to explore.

Jeannette said...

That´s not a garden, that´s a park!!
What a wonderfull view to have.
Have a great day, Jeannette

Cabrizette said...

I really love the field with this "track" ! It make me think at Gilles Clement a french landscape designer.. have a beautiful day.

Victoria said...

That is a huge playground! I can understand why your daughters spend so much time outside, there is so much to explore :)

Erin said...

Lovely natural big backyard!

jane said...

how beautiful lisa. i can almost smell the grass. have a great day! besos-jane

Daan said...

Wauwie! That's a great garden and lovely girls!

Tammy said...

I love the twisty trail your hubby cut for you!

Lori said...

love your field with the mowed path! :^)

nettlejuice said...

Love that view!
We too steward a piece of earth that is returning to Nature, though we don't have paths yet, gotta get on that.

nettlejuice said...

BTW, we could live without the poison ivy as well, but the birds really love the berries.

Toni said...

lovley view we have thse little daisy's everywhere now I know the technical name of them:-)Poision ivy is not my friend either could live wihtout it thats for sure. - though it is a beautiful color in the fall-.

Love the path your hubby mows for you how sweet of him.

Jess said...

How lovely! No wonder your girls love the outdoors so much! I think I would spend every moment outside myself if we lived on the edge of the forest.
wonderful

jumbleberryjam said...

Thumbs up to that mowin' hubby! The path is awesome. Love the swing shots!!

Mom, M.Ed. (Jessica) said...

So lovely! Question: do you have a problem with Japanese beetles devouring your grapevine? My mom's has the most adorable little grapes on it right now, but we know in just a few weeks the whole thing will look like brown lace. :(

ladybug-zen said...

what a wonderful garden.

Crescent Moon said...

That looks like a wonderful place to raise children!
We have a lot of poison ivy here, too.

Artistmama said...

So beautiful and lush back east! Makes me want to go home for a visit.

affectioknit said...

That is so neat about mowing the trails - our backyard is a protected wetland so we can't hardly do that - we just have to wear waders to explore...

PS - I love the new banner...

kristen said...

I love your view! Especially those happy faces!

Annie said...

I love the mowing of trails to make your explorations different....

kyndale said...

what heaven. Do you know yet if you will have to move?

Lisa said...

Kyndale, no we don't know about moving yet; but the thought of leaving this plot of land brings tears to my eyes....and the fact that I grew up here as well.

Jenell said...

What a wonderful place to explore.

Leaves of three...
Let them be!

Shady Lady said...

That is so amazing that you have so much space. I'm feeling just a teeny bit jealous.

Tan Family said...

What an inspiring back yard! So many wonderful adventures to be had with the kids there. :)

Dawn said...

All that natural space! You have a wonderful back yard. I love the new photo in you header.

caitlin said...

That last picture kills me! Your property looks like a fun place to go exploring and have adventures. (Did I just sound like a 3 year old??)

renee @ FIMBY said...

Thanks for the poison ivy id. I've been wondering what it looks like. Nice backyard by the way and sweet hubby too!

Francesca said...

I love your two backyard flowers, the common view ones:)!

Erin said...

Such a wonderful place to run free and explore!

Robin said...

The picture of Araina really shows how she is such a cute crazy girl!

denise said...

Beautiful view! I miss having something beautiful to look at...I was spoiled living in gorgeous places with awe and inspiration just looking out a window!

We need more nature outside our door...working on it.

MODsquad said...

Oh, I love that he makes trails for you! How fun! Beautiful surroundings!

therese said...

great surroundings. love that last photo!

Bonnie said...

your view is fabulous ! definitely a place my kids would love to explore.

Ian said...

What great countryside you live in.

Pamela said...

What a great back to nature backdoor view you have! Your girls are adorable.

trinsch said...

it looks amazing! and your daughters are such little darlings!

i've been looking thru your blog - what a wonderful place. i will be back for more readings and inspiration :)

Susi said...

Well I think you have an amazing back view!!!
I'm enjoying it too!