The last photo is by Wendy Tweten.
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Suz, what are the colorful orbs on the thingy to the left of the front door? Looks cool, but i can’t get any closer to inspect it. Next time….
What eucomis is that in the red pot? Another test tube plant worth a try?
Liked the garden gate the best.
Oh and if anyone out there is posting photos on your blog, I really, really want to see the Portland gardens I missed. The ones I saw were fabulous and I hear the others were as well.
Please share your photos! The mystery is killing me!
Thanks so much for sharing Susan. It was great meeting you at the conference.
I have been posting GWA garden tour photos on my blog (Have 3 of the 5 places online so far) but I am really hoping that you visited a few of the ones I missed. I can’t wait to see your photos!
Here are some of mine:
Oh I’ve got LOTS better pix than that. Feel free to apply pressure at http://www.npr.org/talkingplants
and I’m likely to relent. Otherwise too humble to dominate my own blog…
So glad you got to visit, Susan! How are my dogs?
KL (currently in Flora, Illinois)
The plants are beautiful – and I love the colors of the house. Oh, to have been there. Coffee in hand.
It’s too bad that more people don’t realize what it takes to get a garden like that, when they see those type of nice garden photos in magazines or on the internet.
A lot of people want nice gardens, but are not prepared to grow them.
Nice gardens are not really just planted. They are grown.
Thanks for the pic,
M. D. Vaden
Portand area arborist with coffee in hand
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