At the unspeakably beautiful Bloedel Reserve.
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Love this photo, Elizabeth. If I’m traveling to Seattle, what do you think is the one must-see garden? Alternately, which garden is bite-size enough that a family of indifferent gardeners could stand it?
Suddenly I have a desire to get back to the humid green South. Not the same climate, I know. But to be surrounded by all those lovely green growing things !
Why do you think Sid’s in Chicago really went out of business?
Large location of Pike’s Nursery closing in Atlanta, GA.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Something looks off about that rock in the lower right corner of the photo.
The Bloedel was one of my highlights too – rain and all! Love this photo of yours here.
Yep, that is unspeakably beautiful, alright! Another place to visit.
A couple years ago I saw Bloedel and Buchart on the same trip. I have decided there is such a thing as too many flowers — and way too many people. Bloedel was such a lovely contrast.
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