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

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Garden Pictures - May 2016 (U.S.A., Washington state, zone 8a). Wordless


































































































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29 comments:

  1. Your garden is looking so lovely! Your Gunnera is perfection! I planted one years ago, and all it did was fade away to nothing.

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    1. Thank you Alison! My first one also died - I planted it in fall, and that winter was very wet.

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    1. I'm glad you liked it Joanne! Thanks!

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  3. Now I have garden envy.
    From your sweet fur baby to the cat and fiddle.
    Your garden is beyond beautiful.
    Happy Spring
    Linda

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    1. Happy July to you Linda, and thank you for your comment! Your garden is lovely!

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  4. Just gorgeous, Tatyana! I wish I could stop over for a personalized tour! It's like you have your own private, expansive botanical garden. You could sell tickets!

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    1. Beth, I hope one day I can show you my garden in person! Thank you!

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  5. Your garden is one lush beauty!!!

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    1. Janneke, I think May is the best month in my garden. Thank you!

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    1. I'm so glad to see you Linda! Thank you!

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  7. Your garden is a paradise! Love it so much!

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  8. Oh my gosh! A beautiful woodsy, secret garden. I LOVE it and could spend quite some time in there wandering around looking at everything, ooohing and aaahing and taking pictures. I don't see how you keep up with it all. Your gardens also look 'cool' temperature wise. I know you enjoy them each and every day and what a joy they are to you and all who visit. Love your different statues, etc. too. Your canine friend looks like he is enjoying himself also.

    Happy Summer ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, woodsy - I love this word! Without big trees around, my garden wouldn't look so good. Thank you for your kind comment!

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  9. AnonymousJune 01, 2016

    What is the name of the orange fern in the third from the last photo?
    Thanks g

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    1. Dear Anonymous, I almost sent your comment to Spam! Please, use any other name! It could be Dryopteris koidzumiana -Koidzuma's Wood Fern.

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  10. So spectacular... and yet so soothing.... you've done an amazing job with your gardens!!!

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    1. Larry, thank you! The garden is maturing and getting more interesting with age.

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  11. Those sideways callas look like horns announcing the coming of the king. :) Your photos are breathtaking. So much beauty and serenity in your garden, Tatyana. Absolutely beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Grace! You always inspire me with your words!

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  12. Your garden is just stunning. I love it.

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    1. Phillip, thank you! It looks fresh and healthy in May and June. I hope we won't have bad heat ...

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  13. AnonymousJune 02, 2016

    Long-time lurker and first-time commenter, here. Your gardens are fabulous and you are one excellent gardener! I loved this collection of shots.

    Steve B.

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    1. Steve, it's so nice of you to leave a comment! There are times when I look at the garden and question myself - what was I doing for 12 years? It looks like I spent first several years doing nothing essential in the garden and could do much more. Your comment makes me feel good and helps me to realize that it takes time to become a gardener, and that I was learning and growing together with my garden.
      Thank you very much!

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  14. May was just stunning at your house!

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  15. Tatyana, your garden is remarkable. I especially love the red honeysuckle, the clematis and the jasmine vines. And all the other wonderful flowers and fabulous foliage. And the noble dog who watches over it all!

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  16. How I would love to spend time wandering in your garden, Tatyana, in May or anytime of the year. Just stunning! P. x

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