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Changing Seasons

Still have lots of summer blooms to show and also noticing early autumn changes in some of the gardens I frequent. I’m now noticing this Stonecrop species that is a nice, rosy pink color right now. Later in the season, … Continue reading

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Mount Rainier’s Hat Styles

For the most part, our hot, dry, and smokey summer is over with, here in the Pacific Northwest. The start of the rainy season is upon us, and temperatures have cooled considerably. And that means that viewers in the South … Continue reading

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Nature’s Little Imperfections

I recently came across a couple of Dahlia flowers with the most amazing petal colors. They may be imperfections of nature, but are they really? To me they are perfectly beautiful! “There is no real beauty without some slight imperfection.” … Continue reading

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Regal Summer Blooms

The best of summer blooms are at their peak, here in my area. I was out and about this past week visiting local gardens, and I was totally amazed by the color and abundance of blooms. From snapdragons to dahlias, … Continue reading

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Lovely Hydrangeas!

I want to share some lovely images of different types of Hydrangeas I encountered while visiting a local garden—Lakewold Gardens. I love how some Hydrangea petal colors fade toward the end of their life span. It gives them a completely … Continue reading

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