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

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

White Foxgloves. My Picture of the Day

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  1. Beautiful, Tatyana - have a great day!

  2. Love these. Always wanted some in my wild yard.

  3. Lovely foxglove and I love white flowers too.

    So sad about Gina's daughter. I can't imagine losing one of mine. I hope I never know.

  4. Beautiful, and simply elegant.

  5. Your Foxgloves are gorgeous.
    I just went to Gina's blog to read the horrible news. Parents should never have to lose a child. Now if I ever quit crying I can get back to work!

  6. I love foxgloves, but it's too hot and windy here in KS to grow them. Yours are beautiful!

  7. Elegant, Tatyana! Foxglove is pretty anyway but the white really steps it up!

    My thoughts and prayers are with Gina!!

  8. The Foxgloves are lovely. I've heard deer don't like them. Hmmm...maybe I should try some here.

    My heart aches for Gina's loss. What a hard thing to have to endure.

    Take care,

  9. Those look so sweet there in that scene. I've just bought some seeds for the ones whose little gloves point upwards.

  10. What beautiful beings those foxgloves are.

    Thank you for alerting me to those important happenings in the blogworld today. Gina's loss is heart-rending. :(

  11. These are lovely, Tayana! I've always gone for colored blooms, but I'm liking white more and more. The first photo on your last post looks like wedding bells!

  12. Oh how beautiful, how i wish i can grow them here. But because we can't then i just contend myself with your photos. thank you!

  13. Beautiful picture Tatyana, I love when you can see right through the house via opposite windows. I have never appreciated foxgloves before, but yours are always so beautiful.

  14. Just gorgeous flowers.

  15. AnonymousJuly 15, 2010

    What an elegant and creative way of sharing the beauty nof white foxgloves! Jack

  16. Now I know what a foxglove is! Thanks for that, I wasn't sure...

  17. Hi Tatyana

    Beautiful photo, of course, mention foxgloves and your blog always come to mind.

  18. Foxgloves are such great flowers. I don't ever tire of them. yours being pure white is especially pretty/

  19. Delighted to have a moment to catch up on your lovely posts, dear Tatyana. 'Bridal Veil' is one of my favorites too. Happy remains of July gardening :)

  20. You seem to have a real knack for the camera. Is that a regular digital camera or a more upscale camera you use?

  21. Beautiful garden! I love Foxglove :)


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