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

Friday, July 1, 2016

Some Pictures of My June Garden

First part of June:

Second part of June:

Hailing. June 14th, 2016

New electrical lawn mower

I had a dilemma: not to post onto my blog since I don't have enough time to add plants' description and other comments for the pictures OR to post pictures and answer the questions, if there are any.
I've chosen the second option. Thank you for understanding!

Have a great July!

I join Helen for the End of Month View meme.

***Copyright 2016 TatyanaS


  1. AnonymousJuly 01, 2016

    Il giardino dei miei sogni

  2. AnonymousJuly 01, 2016

    I enjoyed my tour around your garden today. Beautiful as always. Hugs! Karen

  3. Beautiful, Tatyana! Lots of colorful flowers. Happy weekend!
    Satu from Finland

  4. Your gardens are so lovely! You have such a wonderful array of plants and your photos are amazing.

    I 'love' my electric lawnmower. So much 'easier' to start, and it is so quiet.

    Have a nice holiday weekend ~ FlowerLady

  5. Lovely as always!

  6. June was so lovely this year in our northwest gardens. I loved seeing yours through your wonderful photos.
    I have spent a lot of hours and effort cleaning out the spent June flowers to make way for summer.

  7. Your garden looks amazing!! Especially love your way of color combination. It's a little bit difficult for me to use vivid colored flowers in my garden, but I want to use them as accents as your garden. I have white nigella, and seeing your photos, I want the blue one! Thank you for sharing:) Have a great week!

  8. I always enjoy seeing images of your garden! The bunny is very cute and seems to be right at home in your garden. I hope he is a good bunny that only nibbles on weeds! I also love the close-up photo of the blue hosta leaf. Great gardener; great photographer!

  9. Stunning images of your very beautiful garden Tatyana!

  10. Your garden is a feast for the eyes, Tatyana! All the frog statues made me smile.

  11. Gorgeous! I've had that dilemma many times, too. Sometimes life gets so busy and complicated. Your garden looks glorious, as always! I've been seeing so many Red Admiral butterflies this summer, but we always have quite a few because there's a patch of Stinging Nettles (one of their host plants) in the woods. Great photos!

  12. These pictures are beautiful. This is the best post I have read. Thanks for this. For beautiful planters

  13. Tatyana, Nigella, the first flowering plant we ever grew from seed, (thats like 45 years ago) I have decided that your blog is aimed just for me, perfect for my failing eyesight.

  14. You Do have sun .... I love looking at your garden.

  15. To me, your garden always looks cool and refreshing. I suppose it's all the green and the shade, and because my own garden is so often hot and dry. But I've learned to work with it, not fight against it.

  16. If I had a garden like yours I think I would never longing to go on a holiday. So beautiful.
    Have a great July too.
    Rosehugs from Holland


  17. Your garden is as beautiful and full of joy as you are my friend. It's always a pleasure to see your great photos!


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