28 Feb 2016

PHOTOS FROM THE PAST 1

Posted by JW

PHOTOS FROM THE PAST

While wandering around in my photo collections I have selected some photos to use in posts in LIZA AND JOHNS GARDEN.  Some used in earlier posts and Facebook. Others are waiting use.  I will be posting several post with 4 or 5 photos in each.  No particular order or sequence of the photos in each post.

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This is what you see coming down our driveway. The colors and blooms are always changing providing a different view daily. This is fall as you can see the Burning bush turning to its burning color.  The burning Bush is now gone crowded out by the Hydrangea’s next to it.
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Daylilies come in lots of colors.  We have them in several locations around the gardens.
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Cleome a popular plant in our gardens. In our NH garden, it is an annual however it reseeds very well.
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Blue Iris was a prolific bloomer for years in the garden. It has now passed, needs replanting. Looking for more photos of this Iris, hope I have some.
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*As I review the photos for each post I will be looking for interesting and informative photos. Actually have thousands of them making it a real pleasure to look at them and try to remember about them. I will also look at other blog themes to use for this type of posting.
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4 Responses to “PHOTOS FROM THE PAST 1”

  1. John,
    Nice pictures and it’s giving me hope for a beautiful Spring.

    Joy

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    JW Reply:

    Joy: I hope spring in NH is better than is is here. Cold, Wet, nasty, and not like Florida. Will have to see what March Brings.

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    Joy Augevich

  2. Hi! Just discovered your beautiful pictures and saw that you were new to Florida…a while ago! 🙂

    I am a wannabe Florida gardener…live on the East Coast by the Kennedy Space Center. I moved away from my home for a year and when came back, all of my gardens were obliterated by neglect. Still haven’t gotten them back together, but still have high hopes! Using potted plants these days while life is wild and woolly.

    Blessings!

    Julia

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    JW Reply:

    Hi Julia: Welcome to the world of Liza and John’s Garden. We also have another blog named Liza and John’s Habitat . Also on Facebook as John Williams.
    Come visit us any time hope you enjoy your visits.

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    Julia

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