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

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Garden (zone 8a) in the End of December. Just Pictures



Fuchsia Double Otto. December 29, 2015







December 29, 2015



 November 28, 2015

Monarda




Dichroa fibrifuga

Gunnera manicata


Edgeworthia papyrifera


Erigeron


Shrub panax 'Kiwi Gem'



Daphne o. 'Marginata'


Cyclamen


Hellebore 



Swiss Chard

Kale, garlic





Lacecup Hydrangea






Steller's jay




Oakleaf Hydrangea



Calla lily



Eat your greens!

December 29

January 3, 20016

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14 comments:

  1. There is nothing to say but "Gorgeous"! Your photography is amazing, I can feel the dampness and smell the moist earth. We have temperatures below freezing and ten inches of snow on the ground. I'm not complaining, but I am anxious for spring. Thanks you for allowing me to walk through this lovely garden with you.
    Your blogging sister,
    Connie :)

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  2. Hi Tatyana, it was nice to get a glimpse into what your garden looked liked in December! It still comes across as very lush, but also dripping wet. The leaves of the cyclamen in the first photo that you posted caught my eye, they are truly striking, each one a little work of art.
    I also loved seeing the photos of your dog. I assume that is your older German Shepherd? I had to chuckle at your captions "Eat your greens!". They really do eat a lot of grass, don't they?
    Wishing you a Happy New Year 2016 and that it will be a good one for your lovely garden as well!
    Christina

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  3. Beautiful pictures! Lots of interesting perspectives. The dried hydrangea is very nice. :-)

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  4. Beautiful, bathed in a blanket of snow.

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  5. Hello again, Tatyana and a very Happy New Year to you! Wishing you a great gardening and photography year for 2016 :-)

    Thanks for sharing, I absolutely love these images of your garden, so very atmospheric. I especially loved seeing the structure of you garden. I'm a fan of green and mosses so that was a big hit for me too :-D

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  6. Really?! You have all those things blooming! I like your climate. The mosses are amazing. :) Happy New Year!

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  7. Every picture tells a story. Glad to have found you again Tatyana :) Happy New Year!

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  8. Beautiful, as always! I love all your close-ups that reveal so much more than a casual glance would see. I really like your moss man. He looks ancient!

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  9. amazing, wonderful pictures, a pleasure to look at. I like the moss man too. I think he looks deliciously sinister.

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  10. They say a thousand words, Happy New Year Tatyana.

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  11. Thank you everyone for your comments!

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  12. Stunning photos and wow your garden looks so lovely in snow too! Happy New Year!

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  13. You make winter beautiful Tatyana!

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