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Village of Zionsville in Lovely Bloom

When I was one of countless workers spending my day in a small, beige cubicle, I used to cut out photos of gardens and pin them up on the walls of my cube. If I couldn’t have an office with a window, this was the next best thing. Recently, I spent the day working remotely (thanks boss!) at the Hussey-Mayfield Public Library in Zionsville. Instead of flipping through magazines for photos of beautifully landscaped gardens in full bloom, I took a walk through the village of Zionsville and enjoyed the colorful garden palettes the village has to offer.

Red bike among flowers

A lovely use for an old bicycle

Pink flowers against wrought iron gate

Who wouldn’t want to sit in this garden enjoying some mid-morning tea?

Bright yellow flowers spill over a classic white picket fence.

Bright yellow flowers spill over a classic white picket fence.

Red flowers against white and gray house

The red flowers in this window box provide a perfect pop of color among the summer greens.

Sunflowers and black eyed Susans

Sunflowers and black-eyed Susans reach toward the sun.