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

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

In My December Garden. Almost Wordless Wednesday

Cyclamen

Lacecap Hydrangea 'Princess Lace'



Dichroa fibrifuga

Magnolia Seedhead









Rhododendron Rex

Tetrapanax Leaf

Fatsia japonica



Fuchsia Dollar Princess (12/05)

Abutilon (12/05)





Gunnera m.



Bacchus













Fuchsia Double Otto (12/05)




P.S. Most of the pictures were taken 12/5.

***Copyright 2016 TatyanaS

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, just enjoy it and what you show them. I was fascinated figure covered with moss. Regards.

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  2. Your garden and photography are always an inspiration. The hydrangea image is perfection! Magnolia seedheads are such beautiful things. If only they would last longer. Nice to see that Bacchus is wearing some mossy clothing as I'd imagine he gets quite cold standing nearly naked outside in the winter.

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  3. Stunning photos of your garden Tatyana. Favorites are the mossy Bacchus and the Magnolia seedhead, so very beautiful!
    Regards from Holland

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  4. Oh, the moss on your Bacchus statue is wonderful! Great photos, thanks for sharing them.

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  5. Goodness, these are dreamy images--especially the Magnolia seedhead and the Fuchsia flowers in snow. Sigh...

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  6. Hi Tatyana, these are breathtakingly beautiful photos from your December garden. Who says that gardens in winter are blah...? Your post is proof that gardens in winter time are interesting and beautiful, you just need to look closely and are willing to see it!
    Wishing you a Happy New Year 20171! May it be a good garden year as well.
    Warm regards,
    Christina

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  7. I love the transformation of your garden as it wears its winter white....Merry Christmas! Happy New Year!

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  8. Such beautiful photography! It's fun to find beauty in winter. You just have to look a littler harder.

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  9. Happy New Year, Tatyana! i love all your close-ups, especially Bacchus! The moss gives him a lot of character.

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  10. Thank you for your comments! Happy New Year!

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  11. Lovely photos! Beautiful blog!

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  12. superb photos, very cooling to look at on a hot summer day. Happy new year, Tatyana.

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  13. So much eye-candy in this posting, Tatyana. My favorite -- the shots of the magnolia seedhead. Happy New Year. P. x

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