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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Metamorphosis


SHE'LL BE COMING AROUND THE CORNER WHEN SHE COMES ...





SHE'LL BE COMING AROUND THE CORNER WHEN SHE COMES...


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Who is she? What's your guess?

16 comments:

  1. Please say it's spring! Those are beautiful pictures. Hey, I'm back to following you. This hiccup was quite the pain, no?

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  2. Thanks for stopping by!
    You pics are beautiful!

    potagergardengirl.com

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  3. You have very elegant styling. I love the manicured hedge and the wire gazebo. Very tasteful. It should be on the cover of a garden magazine--both in winter and spring.

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  4. Just rub it in! Must be nice to be green and growing. I am tired of dead and brown. Pretty garden!
    Debbie
    Garden Thyme

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  5. I have no idea what that vine is but I certainly like it. How big is that little gazebo? Really nice focal point.
    -Heather

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  6. Amur? I see the dog around the
    corner of the photo...

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  7. Hello, fellow NWer! Oh, I just love the look of snow! It looks so pretty with your gazebo.

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  8. Melanthia, I hope it is spring! Although, don't you think March could bring some surprises?

    Momma Bear, thank you! What a cute Baby bear you have there!!!

    Grace, as we say in Russia, you are pouring honey on my soal (it doesn't sound right in English, does it?!) Thank you!

    Debbie, thanks! Don't you have green grass there? I might find something brown and ugly for the next post!

    Heather, thank you! That is grape vines. Never planted them before! The gazebo is pretty big.

    Tina, I can tell you are a dog person! You might be right - it could be a doggie chasing spring...

    Cathy, do you have a dog, too? I like your and Tina's guess and I also want to think that it is spring...

    Tessa, shshshsh don't say the word "snow" loud or it can come back!

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  9. I do hope it's spring. Here I think I can feel it in the air. I read your comment about honey for your soul, we say that in Sweden to =)

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  10. I would say that spring is just around the corner. You have a lovely garden full of interest.

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  11. Yes, I have 2 Smooth Collies,
    when you visit me again, look on the sidebar and scroll down. Did you notice the google readers and followers has now changed?

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  12. Gittan, I thought it was spring but suddenly we have snow, again!

    Bob, thanks for stopping by! Winter tricked me. I believed that spring was around the corner but what I see on the ground this morning? White blanket! Hopefully it's just a tease.

    Cathy, those dogs look smart! I still have some of my followers lost because of the Blogger.

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  13. Good morning Tatyana. I stumbled on your blog and I'm so glad I did. Looking back over older posts, you have so much interesting garden information and lovely photos.

    The header is wonderful. The puppy smelling the poppies. Great photo! I'll be back soon to check new postings.
    Marnie

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  14. I love love love your header picture. Saw you over at Daphne's Dandelions and I just had to stop by. What a cute puppy!

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  15. I love your header pictures too -- adorable poppy and I love Bear's Breeches. They're so elegant.

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