Top Photos of 2019
What a year for the gardens -- plenty of rain in spring (too much) helps in some cases, and then we had not enough in fall. In any case, here are some of my favorite images captured around HQ this year, many of which you have seen or will see in various other posts. Which one is your favorite?
12/15/2019 07:57:35 pm
Of course, the handsome young man with the bowtie would have to be my first pick. Of the garden photos, I like the last one best with the grass glowing in the sun.
12/15/2019 09:03:21 pm
Agreed on both counts!
2/19/2023 12:21:29 pm
It’s a multipurpose garden again. There are blooms like aromatic aster, rose creek, red maple bonsai, kale, and so on. In 1910, this garden started with a mission to make a corridor for plant-loving people and make the visitors happy with the blooms.
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