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READER PHOTOS! Bonnie’s garden in Pennsylvania, revisited

Cowslips and hellebores in the lower garden 2 WAYS TO ENLARGE! Click directly on the photo to enlarge in a pop-up, or click HERE to see this image, larger, in a new browser window
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast

Today’s photos are from Bonnie Pancoast in Pennsylvania. We’ve visited Bonnie’s garden twice before–both in the fall/winter of 2011 (refresh your memory HERE and HERE). Check out what’s new below.

Reclaimed woodland garden behind the potting shed
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast

Bonnie says, “This series of photos are of the gardens from March and May of this year. They show the various gardens that encompass our home at Valley View. It appears as though our mild winter has not only encouraged a plethora of weeds but an abundance of color, shape, and texture as well.  For those interested in additional views of the gardens and surrounding woods and wildflowers please see my blog, The Iris and the Lily. Happy Gardening!”

Right back atcha, Bonnie! Thanks for another glimpse of your great garden.

Euphorbia by potting shed
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast
Front garden
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast
The Dreamer in the labyrinth
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast
Raindrop on bleeding heart
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast
Self-seeded columbines
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Bonnie Pancoast

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  1. tractor1 06/08/2012

    MAGICAL IMAGINATIVE!

    Bonnie's gardening is much better than professional, what she's created can't be learned in any classroom... Bonnie is extremely talented, a true artist!

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    meander_michaele 06/08/2012

    Bonnie, I'll bet that your beautiful Dreamer is lost in thoughts of gardening and is conjuring up visions of what your next project should be! My husband sometimes finds me in a quiet thoughtful pose intently staring at an area and it's all about the gardening...what shall I do next to make things a little more pleasing.
    You have many delightful spring favorites and they do such a good job of multiplying...like the hellebores, columbines, and euphorbias.

  3. bethnbijoux 06/08/2012

    Bonnie, the photo of the raindrop on the bleeding heart is wonderful! And you have inspired me...I am going to try sowing some columbine seeds!

  4. dukeofargy 06/08/2012

    Fabulous shots, Bonnie. You have the eye of a professional. Any of your photos are worthy of a painting.

  5. Airlie 06/08/2012

    I love the sculpture ---could you give me some information regarding it.
    Beautiful

  6. Wife_Mother_Gardener 06/08/2012

    I love those little red primula... 'Old Brick Reds' I think? Look forward to reading your blog!

  7. soilgoil 06/08/2012

    What a sweet spring garden, Bonnie. Are those purple agapanthus in the fourth photo? I've only seen blue and white. I look forward to seeing your summer garden next.

  8. solana1234 06/08/2012

    To: tractor1
    Who are you and what have you done with the real tractor1??

    JK LOL

    Happy Gardening
    PS It is a georgous garden!

  9. bonniep53 06/08/2012

    Airlie, the sculpture, the Dreamer, was purchased from Ten Thousand Villages. Each one is hand made. I bought it when i knew I was not included in the downsizing of my agency!

  10. bonniep53 06/12/2012

    To: tractor1 It is difficult to express how your words validate what I try to create. My father was a 38 year veteran of the Bethlehem Steel. He had a 10th grade education and would always tell me he was a jack of all trades and master of none. At the age of 70 he became a Master Gardener. He was also a talented photographer who put his family first and his dream second. He passed his knowledge and love of the natural world on to me. If what I create on a shoestring budget, what I can beg borrow or pick up from the side of the road, I am a testament to my father, thank you!

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