U.S.A., Washington State.
USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5
Now that is a good angle to see the plantings in a bed. Such a pretty bed.
Very pretty and lush.FlowerLady
I'm forever envious of those who have views from above of their gardens. It's beautiful! What a nice way to view things--from above.
Lovely pictures. I like that vantage point.
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Very pretty, I bet the garden fairies are happy in there!
Great 'Bird's Eye' view, Tatyana. All looks so colorful and lush.
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You get a different view from above. All those lovely textures and colours knitting together. Is that a Melos thus major I see?
Love overhead views of gardens. Can really see the plants and detail. Just beautiful!
Dear Tatyana, A stunning view!! I almost wish it wasn't wordless though, as I'd love a verbal description and info about when the pictures were taken. Beautiful. P. x
I LOVE IT! What a gorgeous garden and shot of it!
Tatyana, that's a lovely mix. Will they not be covering each other in a little while?
So beautiful! Lovely mix.
What a beautiful flower bed, love the view from above! It is a nicely spaced flower bed, not something I am good at.
That looks great. Some times it's nice to see things from a different angle, and this is certainly a very literal expression of that phrase. ;-)
An interesting perspective! It really gives you a full idea of the arrangement of plants. P.S. The pictures of the Northwest point are amazing.
Great planting - lovely perspective.
That's a beautiful view from above. Love your combo plants!
So gorgeous! I am quite envious. I am reminded of the many beautiful flower beds I saw when I visited my son in Portland in August a couple years ago. Both annuals and perennials were flourishing in the mild summer weather. In August in Alabama, gardens and gardeners are wilted, stale and fried around the edges!
Wow, Tatyana, what a gorgeous, gorgeous border. I love how each element is special on its own but also looks fabulous with its surrounding neighbors. Very, nice!
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