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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

June Was Good! Wordless Wednesday Blooms

















































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23 comments:

  1. Your garden is just bursting with blooms! So pretty!

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    1. Alison, this is the best time of the year in my garden. Thanks!

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  2. You're killing me with how beautiful you garden is looking . Awesome !!!

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    1. Well, Patsi, I think we are killing each other! I love your garden!

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  3. I would say so. Pictures are definitely worth thousands of words.

    Thank you for sharing the beauty you see in your gardens.

    FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, you are very kind. Thank you!

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  4. What a feast! I love every single photo, Tatyana. The third to the last with the Thalictrum bending down to kiss the hen... fabulous. Plus the last photo, I'm so glad I'm not the only one that grows this plant. Many people think it's a thug but I adore it. Great minds think alike, right? I also really dig your cement planters. They look so cool as they age. And kudos to your sweet dog for getting a little nap in while you were busy with the camera. Yes indeed, June was good.

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    1. Grace, I try to keep the 'thug' contained, ha-ha! It's so cute, and I like to watch it changing its colors! It's in bloom now, and the flowers are lovely. Thalictrum is SO tall! I used several supports for it, but one little stem escaped and went to see a friend!

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  5. Exquisite as always my friend!

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    1. Peter, thank you! I think Thalictrum adds a lot to the Terrace garden!

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  6. Nice! Congratulations on all the beautiful blooms! I hope you have a fabulous 4th!

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    1. Beth, I'm glad you liked the blooms! Have a great Fourth too!

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  7. Your garden photography is eye candy! June always is the best for my cottage garden too. The hollyhocks are just now bursting open, they will put on a lovely show

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    1. Hi Debbie and thanks! Hollyhock is a great addition to a garden; I call such plants 'exclamation marks'.

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous!! There are so many that I want to ask you about!

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  9. A wonderful garden and amazing photography. What sort of camera do you have?

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    1. Thank you chloris! I have several of them.

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  10. Love, love, love your gardens!

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    1. The Country Nest, you are so kind! Thanks!

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  11. I must give you credit for remaining wordless in the face of such beauty. I could never do it! So many pretty things that I don't know where to begin. Although that gorgeous purple poppy would be a start!

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