Tuesday, August 19, 2014

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES

August 9, 2013

August 9, 2014

28 comments:

  1. what a beautiful flower garden!!!!! wooooo!!!!! angie

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  2. Great pix, beautiful garden, encouraging post! Thank you!

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    1. Thanks for stopping in and leaving behind encouragement Anastasia.

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  3. Very bright and colourful

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    1. Thanks Jim, very bright indeed. Next year I will tone down the yellow and bring up the rusts and crimson if I can.

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  4. Gorgeous garden~
    Please share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/american-tobacco-campus.html

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  5. I cannot wait for Spring to come here in Australia. Your garden looks great!

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    1. Thanks for checking out out Alicia, glad you enjoyed it.

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    1. Thanks, very sweet of you to say so. Come back any time.

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  7. So many colors and lush greens! Wish I can say the same with my potted plants =P #ww

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    1. Wood luck with your potted plants, they have lots of potential.

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  8. omygosh...a beautiful garden. You are indeed a great gardener. Here from Outdoor Wed.

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    1. Thanks BJ, but it is the sun that should get all the credit for this garden, LOL.

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  9. You have a gorgeous front garden! Thanks for sharing and have a great week :)

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    1. Thanks for checking it out Denise, glad you liked it.

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  10. Interesting shots.You have done well in the garden. You have the same clothes on a year later, neat!

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    1. Thanks Diane, I thought keeping the photos similar would accentuate the differences, and highlight how much has grown.

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  11. Beautiful! Your garden looks great.

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    1. Thanks Gunilla, now I just need a photographer with your skill to come and shoot it. :)

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  12. it's beautiful both last year and this year.

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    1. Felicia, thanks for the compliment, you are welcome any time here.

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  13. Whatever hard work one puts into a garden in order to enjoy the results one needs a lot of p a t i e n c e! :-) Great results!
    Many thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos.

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    1. You are right a gardener certainly needs patience. Sometimes I have it and sometimes I don't, LOL.

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  14. Both gardens look great, the second year has a fuller look but with a lot more yellow, I can see why you want to add more red for balance.

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    1. Next year I will place a similar blog post and hopefully there will be less brash yellow and more warm reds and burnt oranges!

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