Today's photos are from Rokas Bernotas, who says, "Dear gardeners, It is so nice to see photos of different gardens, to feel personalities of gardeners through their creations. Here I would like to present a couple of pictures of my garden in Nothern Lithuania. It is sandwiched between a small river and a pine forest. The garden is in the process of development. Myself I am mature gardener. First two gardens were developed with my father. Now my son, Rapolas, helps me at this garden. The place is an old farm with old apple trees. My wife has planted many flowers. I am more interested in trees and shrubs. Recently I began to plant apple trees from seeds. Look forward to result :)" Rokas, your property is dream-like! The fields, the mists, the trees, and the elements you've added–all so wonderful! We need even more photos! Thanks so much for sharing.
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Come and meet up at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show this year!
I'm scheduled to give another GPOD talk (A few of you will be getting emails in the next two weeks as I put together the slideshow…), and a number of people have emailed to say that they'll be at the show, and that they'd love to meet up with a bunch of fellow GPODers!
The RSVPs so far:
Glenda Curdy (Nurserynotnordstrom)
Jeanne Cronce (Greengenes)
Chris Niblack (ChrisSeattle)
Kielian DeWitt (Annek)
Linda Skyler (Meelianthus)
So…who else is going to be there?? Let us all know in the comments, and we can start planning an outing! Perhaps after-dinner drinks one night at the bar at the Sheraton? I'll repeat this announcement for the next week or so, at least, and keep a running list of who's coming….enticement for even more people to come. Oh, and when you comment to say you'll be there, give us your real name so that I can plan name tags that include both that and your screen name…
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