Lynnwood Magical Woodland Garden Grows Along with my Etsy Shop

The garden at “Lynnwood” continues to come along, little green leaf by little green leaf, and I continue to take fashion photos from The Fashion Stump. 😉 I just I wish I had more time to play outside. I am usually focused on work, it seems, and there is little time left for play. A feeling of being unbalanced lately has made me look at priorities. I hope to make more time for the garden.

Jason and I refer to his wooded yard as “Lynnwood” (no shock there!) as we turn it into a maze of magical walkways and gardens through the pines.

The Goldflame Spirea (left) is doing great! It started in the old garden, traveled by way of a cutting to my mom’s garden, and now I have some back for Lynnwood. The jasmine (right) is putting out lots of new growth! It should be spectacular next year!
Old tin can full of mint. I don’t dare let mint take off in the actual ground in this garden!
Lacy camisole. Long, lace, very lightweight sweater. Pink linen skirt. Vintage slip.

I have been busy putting items in my Etsy shop! Original paintings are going in. Hats and clothes and what-nots are going in. Altered couture. This and that. There will be more and more items as I get everything from Sidetracked transitioned to a new home. I am really looking forward to this. There is a delightful workshop space being created. It will house all of the beautiful things from Sidetracked. I cannot wait to be able to share photos!

Dancers gather around an acoustic guitar.
Lots of blue and green, and a guitar player dancing with her acoustic.

Stay tuned…

Enjoy this day!
Lynn

8 thoughts on “Lynnwood Magical Woodland Garden Grows Along with my Etsy Shop”

  1. Oh Lynn, your garden will be beautiful. I love that can of mint. It looks different from the regular old mint growing here. The red stems are pretty. I still have a little of the apple mint you gave me, if you want some of that. Hope you sell lots of things in your Etsy shop! I love you! Mom

    1. Hey, Mama! Thank you. I wonder if the metal makes the plant look different. It’s a mystery! 🙂 I got some plants from the old garden today. Love you! xoxo ~Your girl

  2. Hi Lynn, your gardens look wonderful! We have been busy working on our gardens here too.
    Love your outfit, so pretty!
    Have a good day!

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