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

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

From My March Garden. Wordless Wednesday









































































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16 comments:

  1. It's beautiful in the garden. The figure covered with moss looks great. The squirrel charmed me and they are the first, beautiful spring quits. Greetings.

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    1. Giga, I hope your April is warm and beautiful!!

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  2. Spring has definitely sprung in your garden. I love seeing the moss and your topiaries are nice. The standard azalea is very elegant. Happy Spring.

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    1. Lisa, that azalea has been blooming already for more than two month!

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    1. Thank you Linda! We just need some sun and warmth!

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  4. Wonderful blooms, plants, and photos! The moss in your garden is incredible! Happy spring!

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    1. Beth, I wish the moss never would get brown!

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  5. Your garden is a real gem, love the statue totally covered with moss.
    Wish you happy April gardening.

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    1. I hope your April garden doing well in this ever-changing weather! Happy gardening!

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  6. Wordless Wednesday at its best. You have inspired me to participate.

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  7. Beautiful! I especially love the moss-covered statue. Happy spring!

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    1. Peter, if that moss gets brown, I'd need to undress the man!

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  8. I've had your blog on my blog list for years. Love your photos. They're always inspiring.
    I lived in Portland for a couple of years (2008-2010), but am back in CA now. Your yard makes me miss this time of year up there (minus the moss growing on the backseat of my car! LMAO!!) It was always so nice to have the rain keep the garden wet. So lush. Here, it's not easy.

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    1. Hi Nan! Thank you for writing! If we could share, we'd give you some rain, and you'll give us some sunshine! Have a wonderful April!

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