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Garden Photo of the Day

Garden Photo of the Day

Welcome to the Fine Gardening GARDEN PHOTO OF THE DAY blog & eLetter!

comments (4) June 12th, 2011 in blogs
MichelleGervais Michelle Gervais, Senior Editor
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A classic plant combo at Longfellow Gardens in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A handmade gate composed of vintage gardening tools designed by Freeland and Sabrina Tanner in Napa, California.
An exuberant container planting designed by Deanne Fortnam in Nashua, New Hampshire.
A fountain garden designed by Deborah Silver in Michigan.
An entranceway garden designed by Eve Thyrum for her garden in Wilmington, Delaware.
An inspirational garden gate at the Cotton-Arbo retum in Winchester, Massachusetts.
Homemade garden larnterns designed by Michelle Gervais for her garden in New Milford, Connecticut.
A watering can serving as a focal point in Nancy Ondras garden in Pennsylvania.
Randy Bolins getaway in his garden in Oakland, California.
Historic grandeur at Blithewold Mansion and Gardens in Bristol, Rhode Island.
A restful scene in the Conservatory Garden in Central Park, New York City.
A private courtyard garden in Charleston, South Carolina.
A classic plant combo at Longfellow Gardens in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Click the image to enlarge.

A classic plant combo at Longfellow Gardens in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Photo: Michelle Gervais

Every weekday we post a new photo of a great garden, a spectacular plant, a stunning plant combination, or any number of other subjects. The photos above are a small sampling from the blog.

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Comments (4)

MichelleGervais writes: Thanks, PerenniallyCrazy! They're just Mason jars filled partway with clear florist gems and a tea light candle, and hung from the pergola with garden twine. Simple! Posted: 8:39 am on June 6th
PerenniallyCrazy writes: Oooo, Michelle, love those homemade lanterns.... can you tell us how you made them? Posted: 11:55 pm on June 5th
Garden_Addict writes: Posted: 1:25 pm on August 19th
Garden_Addict writes: Wonderful photo! Would like to know what all of the plants are. I know the cone flower but what are the rest? Posted: 1:25 pm on August 19th
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