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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Cottage Garden Changes 2010


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20 comments:

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Tracie...are you or your husband a master gardener? How did you ever come up with the ideas that you have because your garden is just as nice as the best botanical gardens I've seen. Seriously. Your front entry is gorgeous..are those Tree Roses? One of the things I miss about living in the Pacific North West is how well gardens grow. Powdery mildew was a problem for my roses up there in the summer. Here in Kansas we don't get much rain at all and we have VERY hot temperatures and of course wind to deal with. I wish you lived closer because I would love to have you help me do my garden! I love English gardens and even though I know it's not a good idea here...I still want to have a small one. If it doesn't work then at least I can say I tried here on the farm. I had one in the city or at least started one before we sold the house and I loved it. Anyway...your home inside and out and gardens are absolutely gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing your pictures with us!
Maura :)

Fish Tail Cottage said...

Maura ~ yes those are called polor joy tree roses (hardy to zone 4)they are not grafted like most tree roses, they are own root roses. they have only been here two years & i cringe everytime we have snow or a little freeze. Powdery mildew is a problem here too, but i just cut it off when i see & make sure the leaves have room to breath. What zone are you in Kansas? i have lots of ideas & happy to share. xoxo

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal said...

Your garden is amazing. I think you should show the evolution all on one post. It really has been transformed. I get so impatient and want that lushness all at once but it really does take time.

Donnie said...

What beautiful photos. Makes me look forward to spring. Happy Pink New Year.

CailinMarie said...

what a visual feast this is! I am particularly smitten by the path of pink flowers up to that sweat garden gate - how romantic!
Happy Pink New Year!

Jingle said...

lovely garden views,
stay beautiful,
happy 2011.

Atelier de Charo said...

So beautiful garden!

Happy New Year!!!

Bernie said...

Such an amazing garden ... a credit to all your vision and hard work! I spent ages going over and over all your photos ... what an enjoyable tour of your creation, thank you.

Jama said...

Wow! you have such a gorgeous garden with beautiful blooms! can I come for a visit? I'm staying in a high rise apartment, with flowers/plant grown in pots along the corridor , so these wonderful garden really blow my mind away.

kanak7 said...

Such a beautiful garden! I enjoyed clicking on them and seeing the details. Gorgeous!

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Your garden is lovely and brightened up my day.

My crystal ball shows a lot of pruning, dividing and transplanting in your future.

lotusleaf said...

What a beautiful garden! I enjoyed going through it. Thank you and a very happy New Year!

chubskulit said...

Such pretty blooms!

My Entry, happy new year!

Arija said...

You have such a wonderful garden full of beautiful flowers. Thank you for the Trilium which I have not seen for almost 50 years.

Happy New Year to you and your garden!!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Tracie... your gardens are so stunning!... I am just drooling over each and every photo... I love all of the old~fashioned flowers too, and yours are spectacular!... thanks so much for hosting this party, I can't wait to see more!... sending you oodles of happy Springtime thoughts and wishes... xoxo Julie Marie

Tootsie said...

You have a very beautiful garden here and I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to link in with some photos...either current or past (during the dormant seasons) to Flaunt Your Flowers on Friday with me. Many absolutely gorgeous gardens participate in this party, and yours would be a welcome visit for them all to make!
I have enjoyed my visit here today...happy gardening!
Tootsie
www.tootsietime.com

Alison said...

Your garden is simply spectacular! I'm adoring all the colorful perennials and lush green spaces. I'm so feeling the envy!

Olive Cooper said...

Your flowers and plants are so full and healthy. I so enjoyed this post.

Mary Ellen said...

Oh my what a garden! The variety of plantings and the landscape designing is just wonderful!! I am so not a landscape designer but would so love for my gardens to look like they were designed by one!

Love the hostas and those pink oriental poppies! I found some pink poppies last summer and cannot wait to see how they do this year! Am hoping to try my hand with some hostas in the front yard too.

bee blessed
mary

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Wow, what a complete feast of photos this post is. I was devouring every one with my eyes. Your garden is SO incredibly well put together. I LOVE it!

Sarahx