MySecretGarden

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

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Garden. End of April. Several views


















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16 comments:

  1. Very pretty Tatyana, love the red maple against the house. Have a great week.

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  2. What lovely blooms you have to enjoy! Thanks for sharing ~ FlowerLady

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  3. Everything looks so big and lush! I love all the forget-me-nots en masse, and you look like you have some very pretty rhodies, as well.

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  4. Stunning...we are almost 3 weeks behind now with cold wet weather. Not many blooms and lots of mud.

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  5. Beautiful! Isn't it a wonderful time of year?! Your garden's foliage and blooms are equally stunning!

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  6. I love how those Hosta leaves stay curled and huddled together. Your parrot tulip is gorgeous. Everything looks so happy, Tatyana and this makes me happy. :)

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  7. Tatyana, please share the name of that rhody? I MUST find it! ;D

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    1. Lynn, it's Honey Butter! Go for it!

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  8. What are those stunning blue flowers? Forget-me-nots, I assume, but what is the Latin? There are several many things called forget me nots. They are amazing en masse.

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    1. Sarah, I didn' t keep the label. Myosotis sylvatica?

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  9. Thankyou for sharing your beautiful garden once more Tatyan

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  10. Wow I am like everyone else here and loving that Rhododendron. Just gorgeous Tatyana. Your garden is so beautiful with all the blues in bloom. Do your Lily of the Valley's spread fast? I hope you are having a wonderful spring and Happy Mothers Day.

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  11. Thank you for you comments, dear blogging friends!
    Lona, the answer is no. They sat there for several years and only recently started multiply. I hope, spreding will go faster now.

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  12. your pictures and your home look amazing !
    gret work

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  13. Just catching up, and enjoying this look back.

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