Garden of Ede 2017

I started off last year featuring Mom's garden in Carberry, so I thought I'd do another one for the 2017 season. Hope you enjoy her small but pretty yard.

This Veronica looks a little droopy, but still very pretty!

Delphiniums are one of my favorite flowers. Mom and Dad always grew them at the farm.

These hostas grow along the north side of Mom's house, and they're already huge!

Yellow is my favorite colour! I love these false sunflowers!

Mom has always grown roses...I think they are one of her favorites.

We had to get a picture of this squirrel. Mom likes to sit outside and watch him run back and forth along the overhead wires.

These next pictures were taken a little later in July.

The lavatera is in full bloom.

We had to get our picture in the daylily garden!

More of the hostas!

And a wasp nest on the neighbours garage!

The colours are beautiful in this close up!

I may still add a few more photos as the summer and fall goes on.

To see last year's post go to The Garden Of Ede.


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WOW! Looks like those flower beds could be a tourist destination. Such lush growth and beauty.

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My grand mother has a green thumb and has planted a beautiful array of flowers in her garden but her flowers don't even come to close to your's!

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Brian said...

Wow, huge hostas you had growing there. I am jealous. I can't keep the deer away from mine.