More Garden Images

Seems I’ve neglected sharing more of my garden daily images so thought I’d play a little catch up. These images were all taken the first part of August. I just love seeing the little bee butt here!

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The image above was the very last of the Nelly Moser clematis blooms. The art piece pictured below hangs above the tool shed door.

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This is a little water bowl located in the shade garden in back. There used to be a little heart with the letter ‘I’ on it, but a crow made off with it!

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This woman’s head pot is something Brian & I found in a shop in Portland, OR several years ago.

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Not all of my herbs are doing as well as I would have hoped for some reason, but the rosemary is looking quite lovely and should provide a wonderful herbal addition to the Fall & Winter meals to come.

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This was the very last of the broccoli from this season. Nothing like fresh broccoli!

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Of course the word pool fountain is still going strong.

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This was the very last of the magnolia blossoms from our evergreen Brown Betty magnolia.  We has so many blooms on those trees this year.

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It won’t be long now before it’s time to put the garden to rest. I’ve already begun Fall clean-up. It has been a beautiful summer this year. Truly grateful.

Hoping you find some beauty to admire in your world today.

xo

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4 Responses to More Garden Images

  1. Oh your garden, such peace, I think I could just put my body there and say AHHHH and feel it relax. Love the bee and you can put the lady’s head in your will to me, you know I am on a search for that, if it wasn’t so heavy I would have put it in my suitcase while there. I think there will still be a lot to photograph in your garden when it is at rest so go for it because I want to see the interesting things. Hope you are feeling better.

  2. Leigh says:

    Beautiful Carol! I would love to visit your garden one day!

  3. Terri Porter says:

    Oh, yes, the more I see of your fabulous garden, the more I want to visit it. Such a peaceful and beautiful place! That clematis steals my heart every time I see it. So glad you have had a wonderful summer!

  4. Dotti says:

    Ahh … You have far more beauty in your garden than I do at this time year. One thing we have plenty of is green grass from our ample rains! You have a most beautiful refuge, a wonderful place to embrace.

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