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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

September Garden. Just Pictures

Yes, September, not October... It's good when there is no time for blogging, isn't it?

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  1. WOW! It's all beautiful and fascinating! It's no wonder you've not had time for blogging. You have a lot to take care of. Thanks for sharing as you've inspired me to keep working in my humble, overgrown, weedy gardens. They will never look like yours, but they still give me pleasure.

    Happy autumn ~ FlowerLady

  2. Your garden looks so lush. That Gunnera (?) looks so BIG. What a beasty.

  3. I love your garden in every season. It's so lush and full. It seems like a secret garden. It must be wonderful to spend your days there. :)

  4. September is now already just a beautiful memory, refreshed by your photos.

  5. The Gunnera! Sigh. I love the Cyclamen flowers with the Strawberry Begonia foliage, creating the illusion that one belongs to the other.

  6. Hello Tatyana. Lovely pictures. I love your garden in every seasons. Wonderfull. Have a nice weekend.

  7. Such a lovely tour of your garden. I feel as though I was there.

  8. I would have known it was September just from the GREEN. October holds more colors. Pretty as usual.

  9. What a wonderfully lush September Garden T! I'm looking keenly at your designs as I now have a shepard mix puppy who is making quick work of my gardens....OY!

  10. Your garden is magical! You capture it beautifully with your photography. Gorgeous Shepherd too!

  11. THANK YOU everyone for your time and kind words!
    I'm travelling again!
    See you soon!

  12. Your garden looks great! Must be so much work keeping it that beautiful!
    Best wishes,

  13. As always, the style and skill with which you garden are inspirational.


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