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

Thursday, June 13, 2013

My June Garden, zone 7b. Just Pictures




























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30 comments:

  1. June is bustin' out all over ... gorgeous!

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    1. Joey, you make me feel good! Thank you!

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  2. Wow!!! Such lush beauty and wonderful greenery surrounding you. Lovely photos.

    Thank you ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, those evergreens create a nice background, indeed! Thank you!

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  3. Looking really lush and beautiful. This is the best time of the year!

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    1. Gra, thanks! You are right - this is the best time! Everything is so fresh and lush!

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  4. Your garden is always beautiful but at this time of the year it's so full of color! Stunning!

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    1. Outlawgardener, thanks! You might see it yourself at the end of the month...

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  5. Gorgeous! I don't quite understand what those 'zones' are. I have seen that on several sites alraedy. I wouldn't have a clue what zone we're in....
    Bye,Marian

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  6. Everything is just beautiful...so lush, green, and colorful. Picture perfect! Is that a 'Major Wheeler' honeysuckle? I have just planted a little one, and I hope it grows up to be like yours. (If that is the one ou have!)

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    1. Dorothy, thanks! The honeysuckle is Dropmore Scarlet.

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  7. Awesome! You have such a beautiful garden! Have a nice weekend!

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  8. Masz piękny, duży, zadbany i kolorowy ogród. Jest wiele ślicznych kwiatów slicznie teraz kwitnących.Wspaniałe go pokazałaś na zdjeciach. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.
    You have a beautiful, large, well-kept and colorful garden. There are many lovely flowers were beautifully now kwitnących.Wspaniałe you showed him the pictures. Yours sincerely.

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    1. Thank you, Giga, for your kind words!

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  9. Utterly amazing. Thanks for giving me a beauty break :)

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  10. Stunning garden! Thank you for sharing! :) I was wondering what the blue flowered plant is ~ 7th picture from the top~ just below the foxgloves (not a delph., something else, I think)...

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    1. Jules, thank you! That one is scilla.

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  11. Really breathtaking. I especially love the Lupine, foxgloves, trumpet honeysuckle, and orange Geum (?). And is that flax you have? We do have some of the same plants: the honeysuckle and 'Black and Blue' Salvia, at least.

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    1. Jason, thanks! Yes, it's Geum. Blue plants are delphinium and scilla.

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  12. Your Lupines are amazing...and I can't believe your Black & Blue Salvia is already blooming...it seems like mine just popped out of the ground a few weeks ago!

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    1. Scott, don't be upset - my old B&B Salvia is not blooming yet, too. It usually blooms very late. This particular plant in bloom, in the picture, was bought recently with buds!

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  13. Wow, you really have quite the gardens! Do you maintain everything yourself? The Foxgloves, Columbines, and Lupines add some excellent height. Stunning!

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  14. Your pictures leave me speechless, as always. Beyond beautiful. I don't know what I love most, but I guess I'd have to go with the lupines this time. They are incredible.

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  15. Tatyana you don't need words as your pictures speak so beautifully in prose. I love all the tall flowers, very tall flowers shooting up into the sky especially those amazing foxgloves.

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  16. No words needed, the garden speaks for itself.

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  17. Lovely garden scenes. Love the one with the arches and clematis. Very inspiring. You have talent for photographing and gardening.

    Bonjour de France

    Hélène

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  18. All I can say is, Wow! You are such a tasteful garden designer, Tatyana. Your photos are amazing.

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