U.S.A., Washington State.
USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5
Dear Tatyana, Gazebos can add such fun to a garden, and it was such a good idea to show yours throughout the seasons. It really does change in mood considerably from the Spring through the Summer and to the Winter.Your gazebo certainly does provide a stylish support for your climbing plants.
Wow! I love the gazebo and the trip through the seasons. Beautiful garden as well!
It looks beautiful throughout all the seasons. Love those foxgloves Tatyana.
Beautiful no matter what the season!
VERY pretty! I love a nice gazebo and yours looks very well placed!
When gazebos come to mind, I always thought of them as being wooden structures, but I like yours much better! Where did you find such a lovely one?It looks wonderful, no matter what the season. Thanks for sharing!judy
A beautiful Gazebo in all seasons! Great job of showing us the seasons...
That is a beautiful gazebo!
Tatyana, I loved seeing your gazebo in all the seasons. Beautiful! -Jean
Love the different views in and out of the gazebo as well as the different seasons. Well done.
Oh, how pretty! Those foxgloves are a luscious color!
Tatyana,Oh some of those photos lead me to believe you were in a fancy jail. Enjoyed this post and the the photo with the foxglove was awesome.
What a wonderful gazebo, I've always wanted one, but have been a little intimidated by their size and structure. This style would work very well for me, and go with the wrought iron fence I'm thinking of putting in. Beautiful pictures. :)
So lovely in all seasons. My favorite views are the one in summer looking through the gazebo, and the last one with the foxglove. Those foxglove were glorious.
Beautiful to see, no matter what season it is!
that gazebo in the snow is beautiful!
Didn't realise what it was, thought it was a gated garden or a cage or something.Only when I saw the winter season did I realise how elegant it is.
Your gazebo is beautiful and full of charm throughout the year. Can I say i like it best in the snow? Maybe for a photo, but how wonderful to sit amidst the flowers in the spring!
What a lovely gazebo throughout the seasons!I have just found you and now will follow you,Betty from England xx
I like the first large picture, looking through the gazebo with all your beautiful flowers in the background, dreamy.
Thats lovely, Gazebos are such a grate feature in a garden.
A nice element -- shown in the different seasons how much is added by having such interesting accents.Cameron
I love that gazebo! All the different angles of the photos are awesome...:D
Ah, beautiful images.I look forward to garden elements2.
Well, you have just shown that gazebos can be beautiful in summer AND winter....
That Gazebo is beautiful in all it's seasons!
I've been wanting a gazebo since forever! I love how beautiful they look in the snow.
That gazebo do have all weather beauty! ~bangchik
Your gazebo is gorgeous - I'm quite envious! I love it in all its seasons, but especially the snow.Looks like you had to go quite a way to get your snow fix - but what a glorious place to go! I'm not allowed to ski (on account of having hyper-extensive joints), but it's one sport I've always longed to have a go at ... maybe I'd be safe and not injure myself cross-country skiing?!
Your garden and structures look beautiful in any season! The foxgloves are my favorites of your photos, though. I want mine to grow that tall!
It looks beautiful in every season Tatyana. What a wonderful structure to have in your garden. It certainly adds a lot of interest as do those gorgeous foxgloves.
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