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The colours of summer 🙂
No words needed!!
What a lovely park!
So pretty! Thanks for sharing these photos!
I imagine the fragrance is intoxicating!
They have demonstration gardens with a large variety of annuals all labeled. It is striking. 🙂
Thanks for sharing….but could you post at least one picture of a garden full of weeds. That way I can say, “See, our’s isn’t the only one.” 🙂
Oh, I can do that for sure. 🙂
Very pretty scenes, Judy.
Gorgeous profusion of colors!
Very pretty and so lush.
Very nice and colorful!
Lovely combinations of colours amongst the shrubs and flowers, good for me to be reminded that is a summer in some places in the world! (cold and wet and windy here in Canberra.)
Ooooh….with white fences and white buildings and boats lolling on the water, no less. It is all so orderly and peaceful; thank you for reminding me that order and peace do still exist. These images are restoring.
It is an absolutely lovely part of the historic Portsmouth landscape. We could grab a bench and not even have to talk, just enjoy. 🙂
Indeed. We would sit there like two sponges, soaking it up. We’d squoosh when we tried to get up.
Very colorful photos, Judy. Are these annual flowers? I love the combination in the center.
Good eye. 🙂 This particular park is funded from a trust of two sisters and each year they do a display of the most amazing annuals along with water feature seen anywhere around here. They do arrangements to catch the eye like the center, but then there are rows of annuals labeled so you can visually shop. 🙂 You’d love it. 🙂
You get to go to the coolest places! So beautiful.
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