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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

June Tour 2015

Front Garden

Forest

Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley


12 comments:

  1. It's an EXPLOSION since last month--WOW!
    You have so much growth and beautiful blooms. Such a treat after all your drought!
    Looks like you lost a lot of branches.
    Have a wonderful week

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  2. It is always such a treat to see your gardens from month to month.

    Have a great day ~ FlowerLady

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  3. The poppies certainly add a bright accent. Is that larkspur growing in the alley? Whatever it is, I love the swath of purple and white.

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    1. Yes. It is larkspur. It self seeded and is doing great right now!

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  4. I like your yard and gardens and patio, and the glider too.

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  5. The June view from Sherlock Street is interesting as usual....I should know what the "blue" is along your driveway?????? What soil mixture do you use in your containers? Hope the rest of the month find your weather cooperating with ALL your gardening efforts.

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    1. The flowers along the driveway are salvia. I don't know the variety. They were a pass a long plant. Very drought tolerant. They will bloom until frost.

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  6. How are called the blue flowers? Beautifully it is in your garden. Yours :)

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    1. The blue flowers along the driveway are salvia.

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  7. I always enjoy your tours. I think I have too many weeds to do that kind of thing. Your garden is looking great and will be wonderful and full summer arrives.

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  8. Looks like everything is growing. Lots of rain. We went on a trip to Oklahoma. we did not see any flooding but we had to detour in Texas.

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  9. I see you trimmed a part of the forest! Now you can see into the secrets hiding there:)

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