We only got to see a few of the gardens before we had to head on over to the Sweet Life market and help out at the booth, but what we did see was amazing and inspiring! Gardeners are truly special people with a great connection to the earth and our roots, and I feel so lucky to have seen some of their beautiful spaces. I didn't get to take as many pictures this Spring, but these homesteads sure did give Husband and I tons of ideas for our own backyard farm.
We first headed over to Tre Soli, and were of course, in awe. There was a great use space and the roses, oh my! It was beautiful.
I loved all of the little seating areas!
Then we stopped by Caroline and David's Boho Farm. They are just blocks away from our place and we're always inspired every time we make our way home through the neighborhood.
Next, we saw Troy and Rebecca's lovely Farmyard. We are constantly amazed by their creativity and the volume that they are able to produce to share with neighbors and customers.
I loved the graduated raised bed!
Lastly, we headed over the Heather's at Kinkel Farm. She is as lovely as her garden and we adored the brick raised beds and impressive coop.
Because I was working the booth, I didn't get to take many photos of Sweet Life's Garden, but I have some on hand that I took a few weeks before the tour. So beautiful!