June 17, 2013

Some Gardens in Maryland


We did a number of garden tours this spring. I watch for them on event calendars because they offer a chance to see gardens (and sometimes homes) that are only rarely open to the public.

On June 8th, we visited a few gardens in nearby Maryland.


9 comments:

  1. always love to see other folks' growing talents. :)

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  2. I particularly love the fountain. There's just something about water!

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  3. Sempre muito bem cuidado este espa├žo onde as flores e os perfumes me encantam!
    Beijos.

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  4. I would have enjoyed this outing as I love all flowers. Thank you for dropping by my place.

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  5. Lovely brigth flowers to cheer up the day

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  6. I went on a tour one time where we visited all kinds of peoples gardens. I really enjoyed that tour.

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  7. These 'some' gardens look pretty nice. Beautiful, in fact.

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  8. I love these beautiful flowers. Great pictures!

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