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Pogue transforms her yard into her ‘own little paradise’ SLIDESHOW

Pogue began transforming the yard of her Wynnhaven Beach home last November with just seven months to get it in shape before a family reunion there.

View more photos of Pogue’s yard in this slideshow. >>

Today, the front yard is filled with lush, green grass and trimmed bushes crowned by pergola where Pogue says she likes to sit at night to look at the stars.

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The real magic, though, is in the backyard.

Step through the ei michael jordan ght foot fence and rows of colorful flowers serve as the focal point amid a budding vegetable garden and citrus tree paradise.

“I came from a michael jordan poor family and I always knew when I grow up I wanted a nice house and a nice yard,” she said.

Pogue’s husband Carter, who works overseas as a contractor, said he was flabbergasted when he saw the work his wife had put into the home.

“I was amazed, since the last time I saw it was before she had done anything,” Carter said in a telephone interview. “She put so many hours into it, and when she starts she stays focused.

“Those flowers are her family. She even talks to them,” he added.

Pogue laughed at her husband’s words and confessed she likes to greet her flowers with “good morning” and “you are beautiful” to keep them growing.

At her previous home in Hawaii, Pogue said she won her neighborhood’s yard of the month three times and was honorable mention seven times. She said it was just a matter of time before she spruced up her yard in Wynnhaven Beach to that same level.

Pogue began transforming the yard of her Wynnhaven Beach home last November with just seven months to get it in shape before a family reunion there.

View more photos of Pogue’s yard in this slideshow. >>

Today, the front yard is filled with lush, green grass a michael jordan nd trimmed bushes crowned by pergola where Pogue says she likes to sit at night to look at the stars.

The real magic, though, is in the backyard.

Step through the eight foot fence and rows of colorful flowers serve as the focal point amid a budding vegetable garden and citrus tree paradise.

“I came from a poor family and I always knew when I grow up I wanted a nice house and a nice yard,” she said.

Pogue’s husband Carter, who works overseas as a contractor, said he was flabbergasted when he saw the work his wife had put into the home.

“I was amazed, since the last time I saw it was before she had done anything,” Carter said in a telephone interview. “She put so many hours into it, and when she starts she stays focused.

“Those flowers are her family. She even talks to them,” he added.

Pogue laughed at her husband’s words and confessed she likes to greet her flowers with “good morning” and “you are beautiful” to keep them growing.