Seasonal shots of Don’s garden

A friend asked me to make a separate area on the blog to just look at photos of my garden. So here it is.

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7 Responses to Seasonal shots of Don’s garden

  1. Just beautiful, Don! An inspiration.

  2. Lillian de Mauro says:

    Wonderful, thank you!

  3. sonia says:

    These are beautiful – a great idea.

  4. Laurrie says:

    Loved this slideshow. The buildings, the pond and meadow, the plants, and your long view of the hills in all seasons is a real visual treat.

  5. Hello Don,

    I was delighed to discover your website and photos of your lovely and magnificent gardens. Plan to enjoy more of your blogs as well.

    Just wanted to say that I think your article on Hitch’s snowdrops and gardens is the best I have seen.

    I too have become a rabid galanthophile but it is hard to have to make do here in the US under the USDA’s outmoded rules regarding drops.

    Since the weather has been so bad these past two months, I hope that Hitch’s drops look better than mine at this point as I believe the Conservancy open house is this weekend.

    Marcia Brown Meigs Ithaca, NY

    • Don Statham says:

      Welcome to Rooting For Ideas. Thank you for your comments.
      Snowdrops: So cool you are a galanthophile! I wish I had more snowdrops. I am afraid I was seriously intimidated when I lived in Scotland. Several acres (carpets really) in a nearby arboretum would come into flower in early February- and I have not seen anything like that here in the states. It’s such a harsh climate here in upstate NY. But I understand the passion of collecting snowdrops!

      Best Don

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