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

Friday, May 18, 2012

Part 3. Breathtaking Charm: Lakewold Gardens, WA

Rhododendrons are the stars of Lakewold Gardens, but look at all these natives and perennials!




























Part 1(mostly rhododendrons) is HERE and Part 2 (Cherry trees, wild flowers, rhododendrons, etc.) is HeRe
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16 comments:

  1. Sometimes we gardeners are always looking for exclusive or new perennials and forget what beautiful wild flowers there are. Great vieuws, thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend

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  2. Beautiful and peaceful!

    Have a lovely weekend ~ FlowerLady

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  3. I love your flowers and your trees and your statues and the German shepherd :). Lovely place you've created, congrats.

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  4. So beautiful... my internet connection is always really slow so it takes ages for the photos to load. It's well worth the wait as your posts are always so gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you! I don't know why, but Wordpress doesn't allow me to comment on your blog. I wanted to tell you how much I like your kitchen garden!

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  5. Lovely flowers and a beautiful garden to visit. Thanks for sharing, have a happy Sunday!

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  6. What a beautiful place!! Happy gardening!

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  7. That is a beautiful garden; it's so inviting! And what a lot of wonderful colors, shapes, and texures.

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  8. Lovely shots! I wish I knew the names of some of these beauties...but probably I'd forget as soon as I got to a nursery!Lakewood looks like a wonderful place to go.

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  9. Is there a campanula on the last photo? I like the wild flowers and it's pity that often they die under the car wheels in the woods.

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    1. Nadezda, we call them bluebells. It might be some type of Hyacinthoides (Hyacinthoides non-scripta?).

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  10. Gorgeous photos. I love the architecture on the branches of the cherry trees. I could have spent a week at this place. Thank you for sharing.

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