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Friday, August 22, 2008

Collage Garden Flowers 2008


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Flowers at Oak Rise cottage, May to August, 2008.

Purple Double Impatiens
Orange Daylilies
Blue Hydrangeas
Purple Rhododendrons
In the center are White & Yellow Violas in pots on the front steps.

10 comments:

Alice said...

Oh, how beautiful! The colors are amazing.

Tea Time and Roses said...

Your collage garden is beautiful! What a lovely color are the hydrangeas...one of my favorite flowers! So pretty, thanks so much for sharing. Have a lovely weekend!

Smiles...

Beverly

Kelli said...

I love your garden collage, Carrie! So pretty!
~Kelli

Pink Slippers said...

I just love flowers. And you being in Mass. I'm sure you love this time of year. The time your flowers are soaking up the sunshine.

Miss Sandy said...

A breath of visual beauty! Thank you for the recent blog award. My post is up with a link back to you. Blessings to you!

Eleanor said...

I love your collage of flowers. The day lilies and hydrangeas are stunning. And you tiny dolly was a great find. Have a blessed Sunday. Eleanor

Anita said...

So pretty!
I can't wait until we are out of this FEMA trailer and into a real home with a yard so i can get back to my gardening... and we can plant our new flower garden!

ThriftShopRomantic said...

Oh gosh, Carrie-- what a gorgeous collage. I love the combination of photos you chose. It's that intense color of a garden that I think lends so much joy and hope (and stress relief!) throughout the season.

Schotzy said...

Absolutely beautiful! I'm so glad I was able to help... And isnt it fun! Your flowers are amazing!!! I'm bookmarking your site! I love it!

Schotzy said...

BTW, my daughter and sil are moving to the Boston area in January. They are defending their theses this fall at university and he has taken a job in Natick. I am trying to be happy for them but that s 12 hours away! Folks tell me I'm not losing a daughter but gaining a new vacation spot! Since I've never been north of Philadelphia, I suppose so! It is hard though