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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

January Garden Pictures. Wordless Wednesday






























Shown plants: hydrangea, moss, hollyhock, penstemon, monarda, lavatera, crambe cordifolia, barberry, Japanese forest grass, Japanese maple, poppy, euphorbia.

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30 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Love the moss on your statuary! The "bones" of your Japanese maple is lovely. At our old house I had several and the deer would nibble on them, making the limbs go in all different directions once they would get new growth. Great pictures!

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    1. Hi Heather! Thanks! I heard about deer loving maples. Fortunately, our maples are pretty close to the house and dogs. Although, those big animals are very bold, and I should keep an eye on the trees.

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  2. Piękne zdjęcia z ogrodu. Hortensje, makówki i figura z mchem mnie zachwyciły. Pozdrawiam.
    Beautiful pictures from the garden. Hydrangeas, poppy and the figure of moss caught my attention. Yours.

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    1. Giga, thanks! Those three look good any time of the year!

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  3. Lovely images, especially the moss.

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    1. Alison, thanks! We shouldn't worry about moss being killed by cold as some other plants!

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  4. So many magnificent pictures. I like the mossy hair of the young man.

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    1. Thank you Janneke! Time is flowing by, but that young man is not getting older. Just greener!

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  5. Wow, what wonderfully interesting winter photos.

    FlowerLady

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  6. Gorgeous pictures Tatyana! Happy Newyear!
    Marian

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    1. Marian, thanks! Happy and Healthy New Year!

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  7. It looks like a dream world! I love the Mosses. Excellent photography!

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  8. Stunning photography as ever Tatyana

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    1. Scotkat, I appreciate your kind comment! Happy New Year!

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  9. Why, oh why are so many people bent on eliminating moss?

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    1. I hear you Ricki! I think one of the reasons is that it gets brown in sunny places during summer. Also, there is a huge pressure from the companies selling anti-moss products. I love moss, and I stopped fighting it in my garden.

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  10. The moss on the statuary has a brilliant effect!

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    1. sweetbay, isn't it beautiful? I am wondering if Bacchus will be totally green one day!

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  11. Your garden is a magical place even in the winter!

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  12. See, you can even make winter look good!

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    1. Robin, I am so glad I left many dry perennials! Thank you!

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  13. What a wonderful series of winter photos! I love your moss man and those seed heads that look like antique Christmas ornaments!

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    1. Deb, I love your comparison - 'antique Christmas ornaments' -sounds great! Thanks!

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  14. Beautiful winter scenes. The seed heads and water droplet photos are amazing!

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  15. I love these mossy images...they make spring seem around the corner

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