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PostTahoe on Tue Aug 01, 2017 11:26 am

These pictures are from last summer this year it has grown too bad when it was a cold spring and now it is a very cold but dry summer so nothing grows as it should.
Has three different colors on my lilacs. The white acid has died so I can get myself a new one for lilac, I like them as they smell so good.

Lupins are also a flower that I like very much.

Rhododendron There is a small pond in front of it, but in the picture it is a bit wild

I do not know what this tree is called but the flowers are like balls and when my son had a student party, I put such flower balls in bowls of water like table decoration.

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View of the back (I now see that the house is very dirty)

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Postanidup on Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:09 am

What a lovely and full garden you have, Marie. And it seems you are quite fond of lilac color as well. I can just imagine the smell of those flowers!
I have a bush of jasmine close to my house, they smell quite sweet and I just love when the light breeze carry the smell through the house.
Quite refreshing in summer. It dies down a little during winter though.
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Posttilly on Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:38 am

Beautiful garden Marie. I love those lilacs and the garden path with the little gate. It's a gorgeous place to be I'm sure
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PostTahoe on Wed Aug 02, 2017 10:48 am

Most flowers have been there since we moved in 18 years ago but I like lilacs and it smells very much when sitting outside. I have so much more flowers in my garden but it grows so bad now. I had a jasmine where I lived in advance and it was very beautiful and smelled so good
It's a wonderful place to live and there are not so many cars on that road so Jamie can go to myself.

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Postqueenbee84 on Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:44 am

This is a gorgeous garden! The lilacs are so pretty.
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PostLorry on Wed Aug 02, 2017 1:05 pm

Marie your garden is positively beautiful gardening2 sunflowers12

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Postpoppy100 on Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:50 pm

o0H.. tahoe you have a beautiful garden.. If I had that, I think I did not sims so many like now!!.. lol

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PostChicklet45368 on Wed Aug 02, 2017 8:48 pm

What a beautiful natural heaven you have right in your own back yard! I love lilacs too! I wish I liked to garden, I love looking at them, but don't like working in them to make it look like yours!
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PostTahoe on Thu Aug 03, 2017 10:59 am

Queenbee84: Lilacs are nice flowers and yes they like the pink most.
Lorry: Thank you so much
Anneke: I'm sitting outdoors a lot, always drinking coffee and eating dinner out as soon as the weather permits but getting too hot, I'm sitting in a cooler place (like at my computer)
TJ: I do not like gardening too much (it does not make my wrist and back either) so I try to get the garden to look a little well-behaved even though it's a bit wild-grown, because that's what I like most.

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