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Friday, May 19, 2023


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The photo of "opposite side of the path" is perfection: an awesome composition. Perfectly coordinated bloom time. I'm always amazed when that happens... usually in other people's gardens :-D

danger garden

Lovely photos, I wish I were there to soak it up in person.

Kris P

Sometimes it's the photos captured on the fly from unusual angles that deliver the biggest punch. These are beautiful shots of your spring blooms.


How calm, cool, and refreshing your woodsy gardens are!! Each plant has its spot to shine and I love the under-planted epimediums everywhere. I'd love to see a full shot of the stacked rock formation that is peeking at the corners of a couple shots. That almost-black dwarf iris looks so lovely amidst the pale blue muscari. Serenely beautiful, Linda.

Susie at pbmGarden

Linda, that peony is perfection. All views are lovely. Enjoy.


Your Moon Garden sends me over the moon. Elegant, sophisticated, and the peony is, yes, as Susie wrote, perfection.


Looking beautiful, and beautiful photos, as always! Love this time of the year in our part of the country. Enjoy!

Barbara H.

All are lovely. Mark has not lost his touch. And neither have you as the creator of this masterpiece.

Linda Brazill

BETH — We were just in Blanchardville and it was a great drive out with many farmers working in the fields early on a Sunday morning.​

Linda Brazill

CHAVLI — I have a spot where I am trying to recreate a little view from a Far Reaches Farm photo. Everyone is growing and flowering at rapidly differing rates. But I haven't given up yet.​

Linda Brazill

hb — You have your roses. I have my species Peonies.

Linda Brazill

SUSIE — I have to agree about that Peony!​

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