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Monday, August 29, 2011

NEW GARDEN TOUR

I have been out and about on two more fabulous garden tours,so I am sharing.I have just given up on my garden till cooler weather-except for watering of course.
Let's enter the back garden through these lovely gates. This is a shade garden, and the Good Lord knows we need these in a Mississippi summer!Monster fern!Wouldn't this be a nice place to relax? Love this focal point of the large pot with giant bamboo.
Beautiful hosta. I am joining http://www.fishtailcottage.blogspot.com ,  for Cottage Flora Thursday,and Fertilizer Friday at http://www.tootsietime.blogspot.com And http://www.bunnyjeansdecorandmore.blogspot.com

16 comments:

Sunray Gardens said...

Good way to get a garden fix, just go on a tour.
Cher Sunray Gardens

Donnie said...

Looks like a lovely place to relax and get out of the heat.

Dorothy said...

Beautiful pictures of this garden! Yes, we DO need the shade gardens here in the South!

xinex said...

Beautiful garden, Vicky! The plants look so healthy in spite of the hot weather...Christine

The Japanese Redneck said...

You get to see a lot of beautiful gardens.

HolleyGarden said...

Lovely. I could sit on the swing forever. Those gates are fabulous, too, as is the first container planting. Love garden tours!

Sarah said...

Beautiful. I love garden tours!

Bunny Jean said...

I bet it is hot and humid there but the plants are hanging in there and look good. Too hot for you to do much gardening?

I am gearing up for my planting season as it will soon start to get cooler here. Fall and Spring are usually in the low 90's and 80's.

Thanks for joining this weeks Bunny Hop Party!

xoxo Bunny Jean
@ Bunny Jean's Decor and More! (my MAIN blog)

Mary @ Framed and Tagged said...

Your plants look amazing!! Mine are all mostly dead.

I just signed on as your newest follower, would love for you to follow me.
Have a great day!!

Dear Sweet Home said...

Your garden is very pretty. The gates are so charming. Shade is a good thing these days!
~Kim :)

Lady Di Tn said...

Nice to tour gardens that have others taking care of them. Mine is like yours just watered enough for it to stay alive. If the winds blows too hard on the hill we will have a huge dust storm. Peace

bj said...

I just love going on garden tours. These photos are wonderful.
I don't have a flower garden anymore. The heat and drought took every one of them.
I enjoyed seeing these so much.
xo bj

Zoey said...

I wish I could go on a garden tour. What fun.

I love the first container. I can't think of the name of that purple plant....something like purple shiled...I have grown it before and really enjoyed it.

Karen said...

Love the garden gates and the arbors, so many great ideas here!

Tootsie said...

I just shared this post on tootsies facebook...good post!
I thank you so much for linking in this week. It is an honor to host Friday's Flaunt and meet new friends and visit the regulars (who are like old friends) who share. I am always excited to tour each post and see the different flowers/ projects and garden art that everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms...and I appreciate each and every link and comment! I hope you will link in again soon!
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cherry said...

What a beautiful garden thank you for taking us along..Happy September & hugs
from Savannah, Cherry