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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Finale. Japanese Garden at the Butchart Gardens

Previous posts:
Japanese Garden at the Butchart Gardens. Part 1
Japanese Garden at the Butchart Gardens. Part 2

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Did you guess what is this pink?
It's Astilbe!
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Thank you for visiting this beautiful garden on Vancouver Island in Canada with me! 
I hope you enjoyed the pictures.
Thank you for your kind comments!

***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS

11 comments:

  1. That astilbe is like pink foam in your pictures. Beautiful. Have a nice weekend!

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  2. As I scrolled down I kept thinking that it must be Astible! What a great use of mass plantings. Beautiful.

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  3. Sigh. It is all so beautiful. I am seriously speechless. I have to visit Butchart someday!

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  4. Wonderful design and maintenance.

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  5. Beautiful pictures. They really show the peace and quiteness of the gardens. In our small country we have a Japanese garden which is only open in the month of May and we visited in the evening, was even more quiet.

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  6. Hi Tatyana, that pink astilbe is lovely isn't it, i love to photogragh water flowing over rocks, try to capture reflections, and you have done such a good job of that. Thanks so much for the tour.

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  7. Such lovely photos...they really show the calming qualities of these gardens! Thanks so much for sharing your visit!

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  8. Ahh...I visited there many years ago... beautiful! Thanks for the memories Tatyana,

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  9. One day I hope to visit this garden. It is just beautiful as are your pictures of it.

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  10. Gorgeous! I thought at first that the pink plumes were blooms from a type of grass. I love Japanese gardens - they are so tranquil looking. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. We visited Butchart gardens a few years ago for my birthday -- best birthday present ever!! We had dinner at the restaurant with a window seat overlooking the Japanese Gardens. It was just spectacular. Thanks for taking me back for a visit :-)

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