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

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Pinkish Side Of My September Garden. Wordless Wednesday










































































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17 comments:

  1. Your garden is so beautiful! I love all the pink showing through the green. Japanese Anemones are a favorite of mine every fall, but I certainly wish I could grow fushcias like you!

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    1. Rose, thanks! I hope you'll find fuchsias which like your climate!

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  2. Beautiful, Tatyana. If only my September garden was so tidy ... so much die-back on my plants and messy autumn leaves as the gardening season winds down in the Northeast. Can't choose a favorite from your superb posting. Maybe the fuschia or the cyclamen. P. x

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    1. Thank you, Pam! The reason my garden still looks summery is - most of our trees are evergreen.

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  3. Very pretty! What a joy it must be to walk around your gardens.

    FlowerLady

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  4. Ah, fuchsias, anemones, and cyclamen, so pretty! I love that black wire globe you have hanging from a tree. It adds that little something special and structural.

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    1. Indie, thanks! I'm glad you like that globe. One day I may plant something in it, but I really like it as it is. There is a little crystal hanging within it, on the top.

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  5. Pretty in pink! Those thinner Fuchsias are fun. I grew some of those last year and really enjoyed them. :)

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    1. Beth, thank you! Aren't they wonderful? Unfortunately, I lost its label.

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  6. So very beautiful! I love all the Anemones and the mingling Verbena.

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    1. Thank you Paula! That verbena added so much to my garden. I've been growing it only for two years.

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  7. Karen MashburnSeptember 25, 2014

    Love the fuchsia with the blue in the background! And, of course, your dog is always a great photo bomber. So glad your anemones are looking good. The one with the round globe hanging from the tree looks like an optical illusion with the roof tiles showing through it...the sprinkler is a nice touch in the photo, too.

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    1. Karen, I think of you every time I look at those anemones! Thank you, dear friend!!!

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  8. Such a stunning place your garden in its pink phase...here we are full into autumn.

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  9. Loving all the many pink flowers in your garden! Still so much colour to enjoy and everything looks so fresh still.

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  10. Your gardens are so beautiful with all the pinks and purples. It is nice to still see some blooms as we head into autumn like weather.

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