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Tiptoe through the bluebells

Tiptoe through the bluebells

The bluebell wood is a uniquely British affair.

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Alis mountainside garden in Iran, revisited

Ali's mountainside garden in Iran, revisited

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Long-time GPOD readers right remember when we visited Ali Mollanazar's garden in the mountains of Iran back in 2012 (refresh your memory HERE). Today he's back with a special treat! He's compiled a...

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Spring in Kristens garden in Virginia

Spring in Kristen's garden in Virginia

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Today's photos are from Kristen Rembold in Virginia. She says, "I have been a fan of the daily garden photos for a long time. Yesterday, inspired by a beautiful spring day, I got outside to snap some...

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Monday Morning Mashup!

Monday Morning Mashup!

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I've spoiled you guys. When the GPOD started a few years ago it was one photo per day, maybe two or three if the urge struck me. But now just one won't do anymore! Now none of us...

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Breaking Up Is (Not So) Hard To Do

Breaking Up Is (Not So) Hard To Do

Concrete pavers are an increasingly popular (and affordable) material for patios and terraces, but their appearance is not always as aesthetically appealing as natural stone pavers. Here are some suggestions for making them more beautiful.

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Beckys garden in Pennsylvania

Becky's garden in Pennsylvania

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Today's photso are from Becky Shubert. She says, "I live in south-central Pennsylvania, a few miles from the Pennsylvania/Maryland line (USDA Hardiness Zone 6). My garden consists of a variety of...

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Jeris garden in Alaska

Jeri's garden in Alaska

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Today's photos are from Jeri Walters in Anchorage, Alaska. Who knew there were so many gardens/gardeners in Alaska? So exciting! Jeri says, "This is my garden in USDA Hardiness Zone 3 in Anchorage...

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Through the garden gate in Gails garden in Oklahoma

Through the garden gate in Gail's garden in Oklahoma

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We visited Gail Wynne's garden in north central Oklahoma almost a year ago (refresh your memory HERE), and today she's back with a few more photos. She says, "These are photos of the garden gate...

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Daylilies and more in Betsys garden in New York

Daylilies and more in Betsy's garden in New York

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Remember Betsy Thompson's garden? We've visited a couple of times before (refresh your memory HERE and HERE), and she was one of the gardeners I profiled in my talk in Seattle in February. Betsy, Im...

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Spring in Vernas garden in British Columbia

Spring in Verna's garden in British Columbia

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Today's photos are from Verna Collett. We visited Verna's garden waaaay back in September of 2012 (refresh your memory HERE) and we all loved it, so I was so happy to see her garden in my inbox...

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Surprise! Marnis lakeside garden in New York, Day 3

Surprise! Marni's lakeside garden in New York, Day 3

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Just before I wrote yesterday's post on Marni's second set of photos, I emailed her asking if she had any extra backed-off shots of her garden. She's away from home at the moment, but happened to...

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Marnis lakeside garden in New York, Day 2

Marni's lakeside garden in New York, Day 2

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Welcome to day 2 in Marni's garden! Today we're enjoying some of Marni's close-up photos of plants in her garden. Marni, you sure know how to work a camera! **** Share your garden story.... Email me...

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Marnis lakeside garden in New York, Day 1

Marni's lakeside garden in New York, Day 1

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Today's photos are from Marni LaRose-Karen in New York state. She says, "Our home is on Mahopac Point--a peninsula on Lake Mahopac located just off of Route 6N in Mahopac, New York. Our home sits at...

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Wait Before Assuming The Cold Killed Your Rose

Wait Before Assuming The Cold Killed Your Rose

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While a rose may look dead from above the ground after a winter like the one we just had, it's too early to assume it is. This is my experience with this kind of thing.

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Barbaras garden in Alaska, revisited

Barbara's garden in Alaska, revisited

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Remember when we visited Barbara Miller's garden in Anchorage for two days in January? (Refresh your memory HERE and HERE.) Today we have a new selection of photos from her beautiful garden. Yet...

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Deidres garden in upstate New York

Deidre's garden in upstate New York

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Today's photos are from Deidre Gilchrest. She says, "I live in upstate New York where the summers are hot and humid and the winters are forever long. These are some photos of my garden. This...

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Dianas garden in Ontario

Diana's garden in Ontario

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Today's photos are from Diana Bervoets in the Niagara region of Ontario. She says, "I am a self taught gardener. With the help of my husband we have built these gardens. Every garden was built on top...

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Betsys garden in New York

Betsy's garden in New York

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Today's photos are from Betsy Kinkade in New York State. She says, "My flowers are run of the mill geraniums, daylillies, perilla, cannas, mums, hydrangeas, hosta, etc., but when you put them into...

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Spring in Michaeles garden in Tennessee

Spring in Michaele's garden in Tennessee

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Today's photos are from our very own Meander1, Michaele Anderson! (See previous posts from her garden HERE.) She says, "Hi there, Michelle and my fellow winter-weary GPOD-ers. Spring is finally...

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Erla & Georges garden in Oregon, Day 2

Erla & George's garden in Oregon, Day 2

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Day 2 in Erla and George Richards' beautiful garden in Oregon, today focusing on late spring and into summer. Enjoy! ---More info in the captions ****Tell us your garden story.... Email me with...

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