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Fall in Andrey’s garden in Russia

We were all wowed for two days last week by Andrey Lysikov's stunning photos from his gorgeous garden in Russia (HERE and HERE), so we're capping it off today with some fall shots. Andrey, I hope you'll keep sending more photos in the future. I, for one, have LOVED getting a glimpse of gardening in your country. I'm sure we'd all love to see more Russian gardens! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  1. Nurserynotnordstroms 11/03/2014

    We are finally starting to turn color in the Pacific Northwest seeing your photos Andrey makes me so happy ,I love the colors of fall. Your gardens are literally breath taking. I will look again later when I have more time I need to get out and plant some things we purchased yesterday. Keep sending your great photos I am enjoying them all so much.

  2. perenniallycrazy 11/03/2014

    Truly enchanting Andrey! I especially love that singular bugbane still going strong in the 3rd photo.

  3. user-1020932 11/03/2014

    Andrey, i fall in love with your garden anew each time i see it featured. all these photos are beautiful and i really like that bit of stonework , i have never thought to stack stone in that way . it looks great. thanks for all the photos and keep 'em coming

  4. GrannyCC 11/03/2014

    Thanks Andrey. Especially love the photo of the Hosta. All photos are amazing and the fall colours wonderful.

  5. susan749 11/04/2014

    Not only do you have an absolutely beautiful garden, you also take beautiful photographs!

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    meander_michaele 11/04/2014

    Gosh, Andrey, all those soft yellows and glowing golds make your Russian garden look positively warm and cozy. I am also quite captivated with that very unique way you placed those flat has a very graceful look.

  7. christianesterges 11/04/2014

    Perfect pictures of a stunning sunny autumn garden ....
    iI didn't expect so much sunshine and warm colours in Russia !!

  8. ingehaneke 11/04/2014

    hi Andrey, i just love your garden and the Color Arrangements are beautiful !

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    Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 11/04/2014

    So incredibly beautiful and picturesque! Your garden is inspiring.

  10. Lisianne 11/04/2014

    I have enjoyed this series the most of any in a long time! I find it fascinating that if not told the location, how similar gardens look despite being far, far away. Thanks for sharing!

  11. user-7007083 11/04/2014

    That Cimicifuga is such a show off! The curvy flagstone is lovely. We have had an unusually spectacular autumn for fall color, and I wonder if you have too. Thank you for sharing your garden with us Andrey!! You can tell that is was built with passion.

  12. NCYarden 11/04/2014

    So glad we get one more day here in your garden, Andrey, bringing us to the present season at hand. Beautiful warm color transitions on plants that are still so full. I guess it's a benefit of summers not so harsh. Despite what I imagine has to be a chill in the air, the garden looks so inviting and cozy. And I like the "kitty steps"....clever stacking order. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful views of your stunning garden.

  13. user-7007285 11/04/2014

    So beautiful, the fall colors that you have in your garden and captured on film are amazing. A reminder that plant changes through the seasons are spectacular, not just at their peak.

  14. GrannyMay 11/04/2014

    Beautiful, Andrey! There is so much to learn from your plant choices and your design. Absolutely love the curving shallow flagstone placement, inset between the larger stone retaining walls. Thank you.

  15. coffeemom 11/04/2014

    One of the most beautiful gardens you have featured.

  16. NWAgardener 11/04/2014

    Andrey - Your gardens are magnificent! I realized we share so many of the same plants as you have growing in your garden as well as our love of nature. I sincerely believe the world would be a far more peaceful (and beautiful) place if everyone spent at least some small part of his/her time gardening every day.

  17. alexiadenawoolard 11/04/2014

    Absolutely gorgeous colours and style!

  18. wittyone 11/04/2014

    These photos are just lovely. We spend so much time looking up at the colorful foliage of the trees and thinking of all those leaves so soon to fall and then needing to rake them all away that we often miss the subtle color changes of the short guys sitting around in plain sight.

  19. sonjafeatherstone 11/04/2014

    wonderful shapes, textures and colours! I love that you embrace even the hosta colour which the sedums look beautiful against. Working in a plant nursery, I see a full spectrum of hosta leaves turning colour, as in yellows. "Earth Angel" was remarkable in it's loveliness and longevity. Your garden must give you joy all year round. Thank you for this insight into an extraordinary garden in Russia.

  20. greengenes 11/04/2014

    Gardening truly is a universal language! We are so fortunate to all be able to "speak" it! Simply beautiful, full of color and we'll loved are your gardens, Andrey! Thanks for sharing with us! Have a wonderful rest of the season.

  21. NevadaSue 11/05/2014

    So glad you shared this beautiful garden. I love the rock work in the 6th picture down. The colors are amazing as well Thank you! :)

  22. Meelianthus 11/05/2014

    Andrey ~ I have so enjoyed the journey thru your gardens. Truly beautiful and thank you for sharing your gardening life. ^_^

  23. thevioletfern 11/05/2014

    Incredible color! I have always been very fond of geraniums especially in Autumn and I am so envious of your Cimicifuga! I have one and it bloomed only once. I just moved it hoping it will be happier in another spot. I hope next year it looks like yours - stunning. Thank you so much for sharing.

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