Spy Garden in St. Louis Homes and Lifestyles Magazine!

And what...

And what…

Do we have here?

Do we have here?

The November/December issue of St. Louis Homes and Lifestyles Magazine...

The November/December issue of St. Louis Homes and Lifestyles Magazine…

featuring,..

Baby?!

Baby?!

A SIX PAGE SPREAD!!!

A SIX PAGE SPREAD!!!

Enjoying the article from...

Enjoying the article from…

the garden living room.

the garden living room.

And the garden corner office.

And the garden corner office.

Ka CHOW!

Ka CHOW!

Sneak Peak!

Sneak Peak!

I got twenty hard copies to send to my nearest and dearest will also share the link to the digital version of the article when it becomes available on November first! The article is so well written and does a wonderful job of capturing the Spy Garden spirit. The magazine will be available locally (at Dierbergs, Schnucks, etc.) in a couple of weeks! In the meantime, please enjoy the usual Spy Garden happenings…

Upper Ground Sweet Potato

Upper Ground Sweet Potato

Sunflower

Sunflower

Very vibrant for fall!

Very vibrant for fall!

Pineapple Sage

Pineapple Sage

Humble (but fragrant!) lemon balm in the foregrouns and a thousand colors of fall in the background!

Humble (but fragrant!) lemon balm in the foreground and a thousand colors of fall in the background!

White mums

White mums

Nasturtiums nearly buried in leaves

Nasturtiums nearly buried in leaves

No frost yet and the yellow strawberries are producing overtime!

No frost yet and the yellow strawberries are producing overtime!

Picking strawberries

Picking strawberries

Baby, a skilled strawberry picker!

Baby, a skilled strawberry picker!

Handful of berries...

Handful of berries…

Mmmmm!

Mmmmm!

And more shots of strawberry picking,..

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Spy Garden 10.28.14

Spy Garden 10.28.14

Baby also enjoying peppers!

Baby also enjoying the peppers!

A very picturesque Dex (ie;)

A very picturesque Dex (ie;)

Baby with Leaves

Baby with Leaves

Baby with Swing

Baby with Swing

Kick off your shoes!

Kick off your shoes!

Weeeeeeee!

Weeeeeeee!

Baby...

Baby…

swinging!

swinging!

15 thoughts on “Spy Garden in St. Louis Homes and Lifestyles Magazine!

  1. narf77

    That is awesome! Love the look of the article, classy photo shoots, glossy mag, pretty soon this site will be too upmarket for this little black duck ;). Baby enjoying autumn along with Dex(ie) with a leaf in her mouth is a perfect example of just who truly enjoys seasonal changes. Great post, great photos and just “great” :)

    Reply
    1. Spy Garden Post author

      Thanks!!! No way, this site is staying just as it is! Dexie has a leather glove in her mouth; Smoochie says “Did you see the gloves Dexie found for me?!” Our neighbors must love her hahaha

      Reply
      1. narf77

        Dexie found them?! Earl finds chickens in our garden. He holds them “nicely” in his beak. I much prefer the amount of noise that your leather gloves make compared to Earl’s chicken retrieval ;).

  2. puppiesinparadise

    Congrats on being in the Mag! It doesn’t surprise me that all your hard work in your garden and on your blog has captured their attention. I hope they run a second story on the garden at baby’s school.
    Honey

    Reply
    1. Spy Garden Post author

      Thanks! Yes, Baby’s school garden definitely needs a magazine article too! Hahha but we need to put some more work into it first; and get the deer fence up! Lots to do over the winter in that garden!

      Reply
  3. Eliza Waters

    I read this post with a big grin on my face! You must be thrilled with Spy Garden being covered in a glossy mag. Your photos are showing a happy autumn scene in the garden living room.
    Baby could start her college tuition fund by becoming a model ;-) Maybe there’s a good agency in ST.L. My youngest had a couple photos in Family Fun. It provided him with quite a few Gameboy games, but he never made the big bucks ;-) (We’re not close enough to any metro areas for that.) It was a fun thing to do while it lasted.

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