The gardens at Cedarholm Garden Bay Inn in Mainecomments (34) February 18th, 2013 in blogs
Happy President's Day, everyone! Today's photos are from Gail Gee in Fulton, Maryland. We featured Gail's ridiculously gorgeous rose arch a couple of years ago (refresh your memory HERE), but today she's taking us on a trip to Maine--specifically the Cedarholm Garden Bay Inn in Camden. She says, "The inn keepers at this inn, George and Kristin, are hands-in-the dirt gardeners. I have seen a lot of gardens in my time but I can't remember a garden that I have enjoyed more! The plant combinations are really remarkable." I agree, Gail. Thanks so much for introducing us to this garden destination! Everyone, be sure to check out the Cedarholm website, where they have even more photos of these fabulous gardens.
******Hey all--I've been noticing a few photo-bashings in the last week or so, and want to encourage everyone to be mindful that this is not a photography blog, but rather a gardening blog, which is about as benign as it gets. We're all just sharing what we love. Most of us don't have extravagant cameras or professional skills, but we do our best, and just want to share either the rewards of our gardening labors (have we ever met a more talented bunch of gardeners, like, EVER??) or someplace avid gardeners might want to visit in the future. Complaining about photo quality just discourages people from sharing, which we definitely do not want to do. Be nice.....and life will go on.... Thank you for listening...and hopefully understanding.******
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