Gardening and Landscaping on the shore of Lake Michigan in Zone 4 - Zone 5. The special circumstances, needs and assets, for lake area gardening. Blogs to cover ongoing gardening and plantings, developments and issues, special plants. This is a photo journal of gardening as a hobby, shared with those of like mind.
Each month Gardens at Waters East (GAWE)will post a few never before seenphotos of “garden life” called - - BLOG SHOTS. Here are the photos for this posting.
moments in the garden - - enjoy
Lake view - October
Middle Walk - June
Goat's Beard - October
Delphinium - July
Marguerite Daisy - July
Grasses - Lake View - November
Daisy with Bee - July
Lake Michigan Clouds - as seen from the gardens - July
Storm approaching the gardens - July
Early Autumn - South Ravine - September
Reference Note:For a complete list of the ten (10) Principles of Designplus 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.
NOTE:All photos use in this posting were taken on the property of Gardens at Waters East
unless otherwise marked.
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.
This is the second in a two-part series posting some of the many flowers while in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala. These photos were all taken in the gardens at a really nice little hotel called - Pescador. We were treated to a wonderful time and enjoyed our stay – the flowers added to a great experience.
These photos were all taken in the gardens at a really nice little hotel in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala - Pescador. The owner Jose Antonio, and his staff are very accommodating and polite. They even took some of us up to a mountain top - El Mirador – Rey Tepulto - to view Lake Atitlan. Great views.
As you can also see, the flowers at the hotel are very very nice. So nice to see while at home we still have winter and snow!
With all the snow the last four day, I thought it nice to be reminded that better days are coming!!! This has been the most snow ever recorded in one storm here in this area of the country. LOTS & LOTS
So, not wanting to lose sight of the wonderful gardens here, and to remind us all of the gardens we have at our homes and enjoy all over the world, I thought this would cheer us up and give us that wild expectation of Spring to come!
This is a photo taken in Guatemala this past week.
I have many photos of flowers I will be sharing in the days ahead,
that I took on my trip there.
I find the container - inspiring!!!
This and all the following photos from the Gardens at Waters East,
are meant to remind us that our gardens do bring us joy.
I just returned from Guatemala and am still unpacking! I was going to post some of the beautiful flowers that I photographed there – that will have to wait until the next posting. Look what I woke up to this morning.
It is April 14, 2018 and this is my “welcome home” greeting!!! It has been snowing since last night and is to continue all day today and then Sunday all the way until Monday noon. I have no idea what the gardens will look like after this long snow storm ! OMG!!!
Not a happy camper this morning – and I am sure the plants out there in the Gardens at Waters Eastare even more unhappy!!!