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

Saturday, December 14, 2013

December Garden Pictures




















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23 comments:

  1. That's a nice closeup of the Hakone grass. I have one large clump of it that has turned that great golden color. Right now it's the brightest thing out there. I need more.

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    1. Alison, that grass is a star in my garden too! It'll look great under the snow!

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  2. There is still some lovely color, lots of interesting shapes too.

    Have a lovely Christmas holiday season ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, All the Best to you, dear blogging friend!

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  3. I think it is also very mild at your place for December. Touches of colour on various spots in your garden and lots of green, so you see a December garden can look very nice too.

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    1. Janneke, yes, our winters are very mild, about 35 F.

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  4. Pretty! It's just a different kind of pretty. Those poor roses really wanted to bloom. I have several like that too. It got cold too soon. :) Love the close up of the bulb foliage emerging. It gives me hope for spring! Have a great weekend my friend.

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  5. Even as the old year dies, there are signs of emerging life for the new year soon to be born. We are lucky to live in an area that has seasonal changes but where our gardens are never totally asleep!

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  6. Still beautiful as your garden fades....

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  7. I am always inspired when I visit here! Even as your garden goes to sleep it looks beautiful!

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    1. Karin, you are very kind to my blog! Thank you!!!

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  8. something sad to me about a garden going to sleep love the half moon face

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  9. It's always beautiful!

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  10. Is that a spider web on the maple leaves and on those berries.
    Truly remarkable that these spiders can withstand the cold weather.

    Have a Merry Christmas and wonderful New Year Tatyana!
    Hope all the Joy and Love be greatly cherished with friends and family during this festive season.

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    1. James, yes, it is! Thank you so much for your comments! Merry Christmas!!!

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  11. hey there, I just saw your note on my blog, I wonder why I wasn't copied via email? I wanted to respond to you and thank you for your sweet comment. it's nice to hear that you were inspired somehow by following me over here at Fishtail Cottage! I love how you packaged the teachers gifts up so special, I am sure they appreciated such a gift too! Much love & Merry Christmas! xoxo, tracie

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