Are you a copycat?

(Zone 7a)
There are a total of 20 votes:

Whan I see a garden or idea that I like, I race home and try to recreate it.
(0 votes, 0%)
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I like to take elements from other gardens, but put my own spin on them.
(2 votes, 10%)
Red dot

I might tweak things a bit when I see something I like, but my gardens are mostly me.
(5 votes, 25%)
Red dot

My gardens are all mine. They may be messy and unorganized, but they're mine.
(12 votes, 60%)
Red dot

Other, tell us!
(1 votes, 5%)
Red dot

Previous Polls

Kingsville, TX(Zone 9b)

Why doesn't anyone post here anymore? ?? ?


Oxdrift, Canada

I copy when it comes to structures because I am not an architect. I am a pretty decent builder however I need help with the design so when I want to create a new garden that requires a structure I will spend a lot of time scouring books for the right look. Examples of this are my 40 foot lattice wall planter, wood disc pathway in the back yard, pagoda and bridge in the Japanese garden and a few pergolas. But when it comes to the plantings they are pretty much an expression of my own taste.

Havelock, Canada

I may have great intentions but never get around to trying it. The mess and mistakes are all mine.

Arroyo Grande, CA(Zone 9a)

My gardens are all me but not messy and unorganized. I have areas for perennial flowers, succulents, shade garden, water garden, and butterfly garden.

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