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

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Lavatera in My July Garden












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22 comments:

  1. Okay, now that's just gorgeous! Which Lavatera is it?

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  2. Tatyana, your lavatera is much nicer and larger than I had last year! I always thought that lavatera is small flower with one bud.

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  3. Randy, thanks! I'll look at the label as soon as I get home from Alaska. But, i can tell the name of the salmon we are catching here: sockeye.

    Nadezda, thank you! Your plant might be a different variety of L.

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  4. OOOHHH Gorgeous!! It's a very beautiful plant and colors!
    It's very nice and cheerful makes your garden, Tatyana!
    Hugs! ^^♥
    Titty

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  5. This plant is just gorgeous especially with the astilbe. I am afraid our weather is too hot this year for astilbe. It was so sad to see it bloom and be gone in a couple of days.

    Eileen

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  6. Gorgeous! You have a combination of green thumbs and perfect conditions!

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  7. Beautiful explosion of color and very special place, thank you for sharing

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  8. Oh Tatyana, This is beautiful! The lavatera, astilbe, fern and red rose are even more lovely with the dark evergreen background.

    Where in Alaska are you? I grew up in that state.

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  9. Thank you everyone!!!
    Outlawgardener, we are in Soldotna. We've also visited Homer and Kenai. Our German Shepherd pup's name is Kenai. It'll be funny if you grew up in one of these places!

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  10. I love it! The color is really beautiful. BTW, I wish I were in Alaska!

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  11. That lavatera is wonderful. I love it!

    Satu from Finland

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  12. Tanya your garden is so very gorgeous! I am wishing for Spring to hurry up and arrive!

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  13. The Lavatera gives a great show, some of the annual types are also worth growing especially the white Mont blanc.

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  14. lavatera is very showy, splendid colour!!

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  15. mine is there but not blooming

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  16. The combination of the Lavetera and the Astilbe is beautiful. Love it!

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  17. You've got such a classy garden, Tatyana. The Lavatera plants look great next to their neighbors. The complementary statue and the arbor really add a classic touch. Well done, dear friend. You rock!

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  18. Exquisite and heavenly, a gorgeous Lavatera series.
    I only just discovered your blog today, instantly I am a follower.
    Tatyana I am hooked on your garden and your photography.
    Warm regards.
    Paul in London, UK

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