Monday, January 19, 2015

How Does Your Garden Grow?






Foxgloves...


Irises...


Blue or white?





Happy New Year,


Jonquil

17 comments:

  1. Happy New Year Jonquil,
    That is a wonderful garden. The flowers are beautiful and the growth between the tiles is perfect. Well done.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  2. Hello Jonquil,
    you did stunning garden. These flowers are delicate, precise done, and natural. Beautiful job.
    Magda

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  3. The flowers look wonderfully realistic. I love the blue Iris, stunning. Happy New Year =0)

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous work, as usual.
    All the best
    Vivian

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  5. Happy New Year!
    What can be better than a courtyard garden? Your garden is so very pretty. Light and fresh, just as a spring garden should be. The flowers are lovely. I especially like those foxgloves, maybe because I love those in full size as well.
    The house is looking beautiful as well. The addition of the new porch gives it even more interest. Wonderful work.

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  6. El jardin es precioso y las flores son muy reales. Me gusta el efecto de los arriates.
    ¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

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  7. Happy New Year to you too Jonquil! Your garden looks lovely, blue and white always look great together.

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  8. Happy New Year to you too, Jonquil! Your garden looks gorgeous.

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  9. 'This is why SPRING is my Favorite season!!! When I see the all these new flowers in your Beautiful Garden, growing under the blue clear sky, I can't help but smile! :D This garden is totally ENCHANTING!
    And a Happy New Year to you too! :))

    elizabeth

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  10. And of course, Happy New Year to you and yours!
    Geneviève

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  11. Ravissant!!
    Très bonne nouvelle année.

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  12. Hi Jonquil, Love the foxgloves and the moss in between the pavers. Courtyard gardens are so appealing.
    regards Janine

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  13. Oh, I LOVE your little garden, Jonquil!!! It looks So inviting.... especially at this time of year! I am trying to get up the courage to start a mini Garden.... I guess I just have to start! LOL!

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  14. Such a beautiful little hideaway! I love the way you put the details in the concrete.

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