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

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Heronswood Garden. Pictures - September 2015






























































Website:  Heronswood, owned and operated by the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe
Facebook page : Heronswood

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14 comments:

  1. Heronswood is looking wonderful, isn't it? They're doing a superb job on the renovations. Peter and I came early yesterday for the sale, and wanted to visit a couple of other nurseries in the area, so we didn't go into the garden. Thanks for sharing your photos of it, now I know what I missed.

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  2. Thank you for posting your beautiful photos of this magical garden. I'm sorry I missed it this year. Next time, though, for sure! So, what did you buy? Karen Mashburn

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  3. An enchanted, wondrously beautiful garden; I love the water fountain and the moss-covered pot!

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  4. I so badly want to go there!

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  5. Such a beautiful garden - the arches are just magical!

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  6. Beautiful. I love all the moss and big leaves. So inviting

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  7. Beautiful! I love the moss-covered rocks. And that hedge! I wonder how much work it takes to create something like that. So striking and unusual!

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  8. Hi Tatyana, that garden is certainly a jewel in the fabric of the American garden landscape. I absolutely love it! You captured it so beautifully in your pictures. Thanks for sharing them on your blog!
    Warm regards,
    Christina

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  9. Beautiful garden, lots of ideas to use in my own garden – just slightly scaled down :-)
    When I see your pictures I can just imagine being there, what is looks like, smells like and sounds like, would have loved to be there, but your photos makes up for not be able to – thanks for sharing!

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  10. Heronswood is looking great these days and wonderful to see the good work of the new owners. All that moss and texture, it just looks so good.
    Thanks for the great tour.

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  11. stunning garden, stunningly photographed. So varied too. Another one for the bucket list...

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  12. Really quite gorgeous especially those sculpted shrubs that look like arches.

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  13. That's quite a garden! I love that wall type thing, with holes, and vines growing over it. Do you ever have garden tours at your own garden?

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  14. It does my heart good to see Heronswood looking so beautiful again. When I strolled through the garden after the first spring sale after the tribe had bought it, I was very sad to see how much it had been let go. Thanks for this lovely glimpse of this special place rising beautifully from the ashes!

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