That is a spectacular garden! All your rain makes such a difference in the variety of plants and deep, deep colors that appear to grow so naturally.And I'm intrigued by our common paths and would love to talk. When and how?
fabulous- I really enjoyed looking at the pics X
What a haven this garden is.Blue pinecones? Love that.I don't think I have ever seen wisteria in person before...sad, huh?Didn't you just want to hug all the baby ducks???
Your pictures are truly magnificent and what an honor to have been able to experience this little slice of paradise. I think that I caught a glimpse of a little fairy flittering in the leaves of one of the lupines.
Oh what a wonder of taste, creativity and beauty! Heaven on Earth created by someone who indeed understand the gracious ways of our Mother Earth. I am so happy for you, I suspect that were I invited I will hide behind a tree and never leave ;)I am so glad you got your clematis, they are truly wonderful here in our NW and when you come down to Portland hopefully at least one or two of the tiny baby ones - those are the Viticellas I collect - will be in bloom and you will have a chance to see how incredibly beautiful they are in that tiny, perfectly beautiful form as well. Speaking of which, when are you coming down for a visit?
Elizabeth, I sent you an email.Allegra, I'd love to visit! Gregg and I are overdue for a drive to PDX...it's been more than a year. Maybe this summer? Oh, Powells City of Books, I hear you calling, too...Hugs to you, Jo, Suz, and T.Ferret.
How beautiful! Thank you for sharing with your wonderful photos. Blue pinecones, who knew!
Wow! Gorgeous. I'm a fan of lupines, too.Mich
Absolutely Brilliant! It looks as if it was just naturally made there taking no effort at all.
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