Saturday, July 27, 2013

Want a "Quickie"? Today 7.27.13


“Quickies”

(All “Quickies” are photos taken and posted the same day)
These photos were taken this morning at the Gardens at Waters East. - - 7.27.13
A feast for the eyes
Enjoy


 Missouri Primerose

Early Morning
Over Lake Michigan

One of the 450 Day lilies
Hybridized at Gardens at Waters East
#X3

 False Sunflower & Snow on the Mountain

 Mix of Flowers
Lake Path

Sea Holly & Coneflowers

 Ship Ribs from 19th century schooner
found on the beach
Coneflowers & Lilies and more

 Veronica - Sunny Border Blue
Sambucus - Black Lace

Mallow - pink, Yarrow - pink, & False Sunflower

NOTE:   Since this Blog is meant to be an accurate journal of the gardens;
no photos are “staged”, “arranged”, or ”photo-shopped” in anyway.
What is posted – is what it here.  It is what it is.

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Reference Note:  For a complete list of the ten (10) Principles of Design plus the special “Golden Principle of Design” used throughout Gardens at Waters East, check out the archive postings for November 14 – 24, 2010 and May 2, 2011.



14 comments:

  1. Lovely flowers. My Veronica and Pink Mallow are blooming too. Your Eryngium looks great. I wish I could grow some Eryngium but my E. alpinum didn't sprout and my E. leavenworthii are still very small, they are an annual so I hope they will start getting bigger and bloom sometime.

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  2. Lovely views over your garden to Lake Michigan. You have so many different blooming flowers, looks great!

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  3. Beautiful photographs of your garden! It's a sea of colour!

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  4. Very beautiful flowers.I enjoy looking your nice captures.

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  5. I love your prairie style gardens and the views are lovely. The evening primrose - gorgeous. Thanks for taking the time to take pics and post them st4raight away!

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  6. Hey JC...thanks for your visit to my blog...Hope you will return!!
    Your flowers are gorgeous!!!
    I think my Mallow petered out this year...no blooms,just some foliage...
    Oh well...perhaps next year!
    I will be keeping my eye on my watermelons!! haha!
    Always nice to hear from a fellow Canadian!!
    I am always interested to find out how bloggers find my blog....

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  7. Such a beautiful backdrop to your garden and wonderful flowers too. Thank you for your lovely comments. I love visiting other gardeners around the world and comparing the difference and similarities of our gardens.
    Sarah x

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  8. Beautiful flowers and the views are fantastic.

    Anke

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  9. So beautiful photographs :-)

    Enjoy the summer!

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  10. Vielen Dank für den netten Kommentar auf meinem Blog. Ich habe eine Bridge-Kamera von Canon. Da brauche ich kein Objektiv wechseln. So gelingen schnell Bilder für die ich ein Tele brauche.

    Die Blumen sind wunderschön. Die Missouri-Nachtkerze habe ich mir in diesem Jahr gekauft. Ich finde die Früchte so schön.
    Gruß, Anette

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  11. I really enjoy the views out over the lake. I need to get over to walk the beach one of these days. My husband and I both enjoy hiking of all sorts--through the woods, on the beach, through a meadow, etc. But we haven't done a beach walk yet this summer. Beautiful views!

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