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Thursday, April 16, 2015

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17 comments:

  1. Yes, everything is early! I can't believe how big your hostas are, however! Everything is filling in nicely. I always think of your garden as so peaceful.

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    1. Thank you Heather! Hosta is amazing! Some plants are already full grown, and some are just emerging.

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  2. Everything is so lush and green there Tatyana! and of course absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. You have such an eye for photo composition.
    I can't wait for it to green up here even more now. It is snowing/raining now, but the moisture is good & that will help. I think we are running a bit ahead of schedule too but I don't think by a month?? I'm not sure what I would guess.

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    1. Kathleen, I hope this is the last snow of the year for you!

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  3. Your beds look so good with their new blanket of mulch! The bird's nest is very special! You are such a talented gardener and photographer! You make even hyacinthoides hispanica (Spanish bluebells) the bane of my existence, look magically beautiful. It's always a special treat to peek into your garden through your lens!

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    1. You are so kind, Peter! Your comments are very encouraging. I always admire bluebells while driving by Tacoma gardens. I didn't realize they spread so actively. They are welcome in my garden.... so far...

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  4. Lots of beautiful blues mixed in with all the lush foliage...and a lovely surprise to see the bird's nest.

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    1. Donna, thanks! I am surprised how close to the ground many nests are!

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  5. Looking good, Tatyana! Where do you begin to describe it all?! I especially took note of your moss path (I think it's a path...or moss-covered bricks?...0066.jpg). How did you create that? It's magical!

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    1. Beth, thanks! Those are the pavers separating two levels in my terrace garden. I never clean them from moss, so they obtained this look with time.

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  6. Your garden is looking so lush and lovely. And I love all the decorative touches that you include, like that simple picture frame with the little birdhouse and metal flowers.

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    1. Alison, thank you! That frame came from the house. It was around the TV on the wall.

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  7. Lovely photos - what a wonderful garden you have1
    Won't you please come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/04/cat-on-ladder.html?

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  8. Beautiful! The delivery of fresh mulch is so exciting. It is an important rite of spring here. Your photos are fresh and inspiring. How delightful to find the birds nest!

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  9. Thank you for showing your beautiful garden, it's always a pleasure to visit it

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