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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Foxglove. My Picture of the Day


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20 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photo! Your foxglove always bloom so prettily for you year after year.

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  2. That's beautiful Tanya. I hope to have this in my gardens next year.

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  3. The Foxglove are stunning this year, what a stunning setting.

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  4. What utterly beautiful foxgloves. The look so sturdy and delicate at the same time.

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  5. Foxgloves always have such a romantic English garden look to them. I'm sure Elizabeth Bennett had them in hers!

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  6. Ah yes, foxgloves. They do well for me one year, and the next year, not much.
    Yours are lovely.

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  7. Beautiful picture! I love all the colors.

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  8. I have garden conditions envy!

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  9. So beautiful!!I love foxgloves.And you know what,mine are also blooming right now here in Finland,same time as peonies and many roses.Let's enjoy:)

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  10. I love Foxgloves! Yours are gorgeous.

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  11. Your pictures are always so awesome, Tatyana!

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  12. Dear Tatyana, Beautiful! Most of my foxgloves failed to reseed this year, to my disappointment. Love yours, and I love the stone feature. P. x

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  13. Love it when you do beautiful Foxgloves.

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  14. Dear Tatyana
    I love your blog and this totally awesome photo of your foxgloves. A very catching eye for great photos you have. I will be sure to check in again.

    Thanks for the lovely experience.
    from
    Eva
    Evigglade.blogspot.com

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  15. Your gardens are stunning, Tatyana ... impeccable! We share many of the same loves.

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  16. I love your blog, especially your lovely Foxglove. I cant seem to grow them and I am so envious of your beautiful garden. It is breath taking. Thanks for sharing with all of us. I am going to try foxglove this year again. Sounds like you dont do anything to get your wonderful reseeding. Wish I had your talent.
    Peace and Christmas wishes for health and happiness.

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  17. Karen, thank you! I am surprised myself how well they grow here. No fertilizer, poor soil... I hope you'll have luck with foxgloves!

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