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Since first purchasing the UD house, I’ve been stumped to try and find suitable places to stick two very heavy stone planters that I found on the front lawn. They just seemed so cumbersome and awkward.

Back in the day – just a year ago!

Now – Finally, some color instead of weeds.

On top of the lawn care and petunia planting, I thought that it was time for the planters to finally have a legitimate place in the yard. So, I updated them for spring with the help of four bunches of Gerbera Daisies (which I didn’t know until I purchased them were not “Gerber” daisies like the baby food).

I chose a mixture of yellow and coral as well as a mix of rounded versus spiky petal varieties (more plant-savvy technical terms for ya).

At any rate, they will at least give me something to look at while I wait for the rest of the lawn to get growing already!

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  1. Love the Gerberas! So pretty! Instant dressing up of your landscape. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Wow, gorgeous. Afew more months until flower planting happens here. Thanks for linking up to Beyond The Picket Fence.

  3. How beautiful! they look great!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!