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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

June Tour 2013

Front Garden

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

12 comments:

  1. I like your gardens and patio and glider with part sun and part shade.

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  2. I always enjoy the garden tour. Everything looks great!

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  3. It all looks so different to when you took pictures of it in the snow a while a go doesn't it? It looks very hot and dry over there. The forest at the front is pretty cool, ever thought of making a shady seating area in there somewhere?

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  4. How beautiful! It's filled in so quickly.
    We are just starting to get the first flushes of bloom on our Nepeta. It's so good to see color after this ENDLESS winter.......

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  5. I love all of your blue/purple flowers. I am glad to finally see you able to be out and enjoy your gardens.

    FlowerLady

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  6. It is so wonderful to see your garden without snow!!! I've never seen so many Bachelor Buttons...everything looks GREAT!

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  7. What is all your beautiful blue? (I can't see well enough to decide: flax, Batchelor's buttons, larkspur???)

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    1. Lots of bachelor buttons. They're really doing well this year.

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  8. Everything is filling in quite nicely:) Keep your eye out for that random turkey or nighthawk:)

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  9. Thank you for the tour of your garden. It looks as if everything is growing very well. I hope the weather will cooperate this growing season and you have no problems with drought.

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  10. It looks great! What is the flower in the back? Bachelor's Buttons? Your forest must be packed with birds in the winter. :o) Here's hoping for a rainy summer!

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  11. Everything looks great! What are the blue flowers in the back? Bachelor's Buttons? Your forest must be packed with birds in the winter. :o)

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