September 13, 2014

Pretty Pink Petals



Frank's sister is visiting and wanted to visit a historic home so we took her to Oatlands near Leesburg a few days ago. The gardens are lovely!

I went there with a garden club in 2010 and Frank was there many years ago, but it's worth seeing more than once.

Linking to: Today's Flowers


19 comments:

  1. Garden clubs are so different season to season and from year to year so yes, definitely worth seeing more than once.

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  3. I have passed Oatlands many times over the years and have always said we should take a look. Your photos are great. Thank you very much for sharing with Today's Flowers and have a great week.

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  4. Beautiful flowers, especially your first shot.

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  5. These are beautiful! Pink is my granddaughter's favorite color. Also my niece's.

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  6. Gorgeous pink blooms, lovely images. Have a happy Sunday!

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  7. Gorgeous flowers... Must be a great historic home. I read that it is an 1803 plantation and gardens. WOW--I'd love to see it!!!! Gorgeous pictures of the flowers...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. Beautiful flowers! So cheerful.

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  9. Gorgeous flowers.
    We went to Oatlands last year, I want to go back again. Such a pleasant place to be, walking around the grounds. The tour was wonderful, beautiful place.

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  10. Different colors evoke different emotions. I think "tickle me pink" is an apt description of how pink makes a person feel! :-) Lovely pink flowers!

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  11. Now that's what I call a vase of flowers.. pink roses, so pretty!

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  12. Lots of pretty in pink here for sure. Those middle flowers are my favorite. Do you know what they are?

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  13. Ida, I'm afraid I don't know what the middle ones are. Perhaps someone else will identify them.

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