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

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Some Sweet Autumn Moments. Almost Wordless Wednesday

I loved the fall of 2013.
It was not super rainy,  the sunny days  were abundant
and the garden was in decent shape til December.















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14 comments:

  1. You've shared some beautiful autumn moments. Autumn this year was quite nice. I hope that our current cold snap doesn't linger too long. Winter is definitely announcing its arrival!

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    1. Peter, thanks! Do you remember last year - we had a very light snowfall on the 25! It didn't last long, but there were several magic minutes...

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  2. Beautiful photos of your blooms and garden visitors. I am glad to have found your blog and will be back to visit!

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  3. The oakleaf hydrangea looks magnificent. (I think it's an oakleaf!) In fact, all are beautiful photos of your garden. I especially like the water features and the little birds. It all looks so inviting!

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  4. The flowers on the first pictures are out of this world! I want those!

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    1. Zoya, it's oakleaf hydrangea. Get it for your garden!

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  5. Fall is really a great season. I love all the blooming flowers and the changing color of the leaves

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  6. Lovely photos! Those little birds would need ice skates today.

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    1. Ricki, ha-ha, that's right! It's cold here, and the plants look so ... not alive again, and it's difficult to believe that they will be fresh and lovely in several months!

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  7. Stunning images! So sweet and peaceful...lazy days in the garden to just be!

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