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Sunday, July 21, 2013

My July Garden Views. Part 1
































To be continued

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30 comments:

  1. Everything is beautiful, and your hydrangeas have an absolutely gorgeous shade of blue!

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    1. College Gardener, thanks! Our soil is acid. I need to play with it to get some pink blooms.

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  2. Tatyana ~ Your home and gardens are so lovely. You have such a wonderful and colorful variety of flowers with the cool, green backdrop of forest.

    FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, I owe a lot to that forest! Thanks!

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  3. Ooh! So beautiful!! <3

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  4. Just beautiful, like a garden magazine!

    Eileen

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  5. what a beautiful garden you have !!!

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  6. DO YOU LEAN TOWARD THE SOFTER COLORS BLUES, PINKS ETC..i SURELY DOO....

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    1. sandyland, I love blue and purple in the garden! The brightest plant in my garden is monarda.

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  7. Tanya, this first part of your July garden looks so beautiful. you have such a fine blue Hydrangeas and the white Nicotiana looks so beautiful. The shade part of your garden with the huge trees must be lovely spot to spend hot days. The most pretty picture is however of your dog, you know I am a dog lover.

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    1. Janneke, dogs are beautiful garden accessories, ha-ha!

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  8. Rare to see a garden like yours...........beautifully maintained perennials.

    Congrats.

    Garden & Be Well, XOT

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    1. Tara, thanks! Yes, it's mostly a perennial garden. Very few annuals.

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  9. Dieser Gartenteil sieht wundervoll aus. Der Teil mit den alten Bäumen sieht so schön schattig aus. Besonders gut gefällt mir die blaue Hortensie.
    Gruß. Anette

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  10. Your midsummer garden is fabulous! I love the orange day lily/blue hydrangea combination.

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  11. Your garden is always gorgeous! I'm especially fond of the combination of blue hydrangeas with orange daylilies - stunning. Your dog pictures are very sweet! Happy July!

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    1. Peter, thank you! This July is wonderful, isn't it?

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  12. I can't get over the colors in your garden especially the blue hydrangea.

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    1. Donna, thanks! My hydrangea gives me more and more babies: I separate new plants which grow after some branches got rooted.

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  13. After seeing your post, I'm convinced I need to move my Thalictrum. It's not blooming because it's getting too much shade. How disheartening. I love how yours juts skyward in its setting. Beautiful photos my friend.

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    1. Grace, thank you! It is in bloom since the end of June. Isn't it great? I hope your plant will bloom next season! Give it some sun, you are right.

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  14. I swear your flowers grow taller than anyone's I have ever seen! Must be the lush, rainy weather you get there in the northwest.

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    1. Robin, thanks! I am surprised myself! The height is incredible. This spring, I tossed some 14-14-14 fertilizer all over the garden.

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  15. Tanya, I love your garden. I don't see any of the issues that I find in my garden...deer eating blooms, flea beetles eating leaves, caterpillars eating all the foliage...etc etc. So lush and gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you Janet! We do have deer and slugs!

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