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

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

July Bouquet: Last Foxgloves

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  1. Love it! The Foxgloves look fantastic in that piece of garden art. Great idea for a bouquet.

  2. Very, very beautiful!
    Have a nice day!

  3. Pretty! What is that they are in? Its unusual looking!

  4. Those are really lovely.


  5. Lovely - but August !!!!!!

  6. A lovely bouquet with that unique looking pot and shot against the dark background of foliage!

  7. I love the colors in this. Beautiful!

  8. Just got back from Seattle. My first trip to the PNW - with rain. Great gardens!

  9. Beautiful... this is the first time in several years that I haven't done foxgloves and have missed them... Tell me about your "orb" if that is the appropriate term for the container... it's beautiful! Larry

  10. Que imagem perfeita, a foto é lindíssima. maravilhosa, perfeita.Gostei muito de seu blog, e vou estar a te seguir. Convido a conhecer meu blog, e se gostares me segue. Um Abraço!

  11. Wow, Tatyana the first photo took my breath away! It is so artistic and well composed. Your foxgloves are incredible beautiful and their beauty is just enhanced by the wonderful sculpture you placed them in. What material is the sculpture made of? Terracotta, metal..? Thanks for the visual feast!

  12. I love Foxgloves. They have just finished flowering here in Ireland.

  13. Nice flowers, Tatyana. Nice garden art too!

  14. Love that art piece.

  15. Thank you everyone for your comments! Answering your question: The garden sphere is made, I believe, of cement mixture. It's made by Jim King ( Dragonfly Farms have several of them.

  16. The Foxglove are beautiful! Great pictures. The bunnies are the best, they won't be causing any damange to my garden, thats for sure! Anytime they are out, they will be supervised! My girls really do love them! Thanks for checking out my blog! Happy Gardening! Mindy

  17. Your garden is absolutely beautiful. What a great way to do a 'bouquet'.

    I really like your explanation above of how people don't (or can't find) their answer to questions when bloggers answer them as replies (in their own blogs). I have a similar kind of statement on mine. So nice to have someone take the time to answer a question - but sad when the person who asks the question doesn't get to see the answer.

    Cheers from Ontario.


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