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

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Garden. Middle of April. Just Pictures

































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14 comments:

  1. So pretty! I love your plant combinations...I just added a fringed bleeding heart to my garden.

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  2. Whoa, you have a lily blooming already!? I'm very much looking forward to seeing your garden on the NPA tour this year.

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  3. Tatyana, Your garden looks like paradise to me. So many well chosen and healthy plants just bursting with life. And the sculptures are perfectly placed, even the beautiful canine on the lawn! I always enjoy seeing photos of your lovely gardens. Thanks for posting. No words needed!

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  4. Just picturers: just beautiful.

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  5. Tanya your garden looks so beautiful and there is a great variety of plants. On some pictures it looks like a secret garden, so nice to see your dog on them too.

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  6. Beautiful Tatyana, The statues give your garden an extra element, they are lovely.

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  7. Your April garden is looking fabulous! I especially love the vines draping over the arch; such a voluptuous, romantic look!

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  8. Oh my goodness, I love it all. Very serene and lovely.

    FlowerLady

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  9. Lovely images! I can't believe you have Lilies blooming already! Wow! I agree with Janneke--it looks like a "secret" garden. :)

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  10. THANK YOU everyone!!! Attention: The blooming Lilies were bought recently to add some color! They are Asiatic lilies, I love them, they bloom for a long time!

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  11. See Tatyana, this is your reward for not being able to grow the colorful Angelina sedum that you admired in my garden. I cannot grow rhododendron or azaleas here, not matter how I try. Yours are gorgeous!

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  12. Your garden is beautiful! This is my first Spring in my new garden (WA zone 8b) and I'm still discovering plants & waiting for blooms to open. I hope with a little love & hard work, my garden will be full of beautiful blossoms like yours. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Oh my. Your garden is looking so beautiful with the Rhododendron's in bloom. I cannot believe you have lilies in bloom already. How pretty. I love looking at your garden and the design is just so lovely. Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thank you everyone! Lona, I bought those lilies already blooming and just planted them!!!

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