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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Belated June Garden Pictures, 2017. Wordless

July is coming to the end, it's time to post JUNE garden pictures...
Better late than never.

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  1. Tanya, you have lots of plants I love, like aquilejias, lupines, hostas and clematis but those Peonies steal the show! Peonies are really the aristocrats of flowers but unfortuntely I can't grow them here because it's too hot for them. Have a great sunday! greetings from Argentina.

    1. Thank you MDN! Yes, peonies are wonderful addition to any garden. I think Argentina has lots of plants that are beautiful! Have a great week!

  2. Ah! It's so wonderful to see your beautiful, floriferous garden. I have a Calycanthus, but it never seems to get any bigger and has never flowered. There must be a secret to it. The flowers are so interesting. Nice to see all your pretty Columbines too, now that it's July, mine are all dry seedheads.

    1. Hi Alison! I got my Calycanthus at Joy Creek Nursery last year. The spot that I chose for it has afternoon sun and enough moisture. Its growth is visible, and it's doing better than other plants which I bought that time. Good luck with yours!

  3. What a gorgeous place. So glad you decided to share it with us.

    1. Nice to see you, Lisa! Thank you for stopping by!

  4. Tatyana, your garden is really gorgeous place with a lot of my favourite flowers. And your photos are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing with us.
    Have a nice summer. Michaela

  5. Tatyana, I love your birdbath. Do you know the brand name? Posilbly I can find it for sale here in Georgia.

  6. What a beautiful, gorgeous garden you have Tatyana. A feast to my eyes.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Rosehugs Marijke

  7. It looks like June was perfection in your garden Tatyana, but that's par for the course for you!


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