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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Gardens Galore with Southern Exposure

I'm joining Pam's Gardens Galore link up with a look at a few of my favorite Southern Exposure photos over the past years!


I love how they have statues of angels and cherubs all over the property.


Whenever I go here for the first time in the spring, I'm always excited to see what the new plantings and arrangements will bring. Some things are the same, others changed around.


The folks at Southern Exposure are masters at using the bird baths for floral styling!


There's always a shady spot to rest in the gazebo.


Or, in the greenhouse where you'll find pots of herbs and flowers.


There's a little bit of water in the koi pond and buckets of flowers on the walkway fence.


And of course there is a pretty fence here and there.


  Welcome to spring! Irises...

           

...peonies...(or are these something else, garden experts?)


...hydrangeas...


...roses...


...and something cute!


Check out Pam's blog (link above) for more fun gardens!

Also sharing today with Pink Saturday!

30 comments:

Blogoratti said...

Simply lovely, and nice touches here and there. So vibrant and colourful indeed. Thanks for sharing, and enjoy the week!

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful photos, those gardens are wonderful places, I would love to sit and feast my eyes there. Hugs, Valerie

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, these pictures are wonderful, Jeanie. And I think you know which one is my favorite.....the bird bath with the red roses, so lovely. I can see why you like to visit the gardens at Southern Exposure often. Lots of interesting things to see.

Enjoy your week.

~Sheri

Pam Richardson said...

Jeanie, I always love what you share from Southern Exposure, This round-up of some of your favorite photos gives a great example of this wonderful place. You always showcase your visits so beautifully and I only wish I could go with you! Thank you so much for sharing your lovely post at Gardens Galore

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I always love it when you take us to Southern Exposure. I always get so many creative ideas when you visit there. This favorite photos post that takes us back in time is extremely lovely and filled with some of the experiences that made me as happy as they apparently did you. What a joy it must be to visit there. I only wish I could join you one time. I bet I would go away filled with so many ideas, I'd not have to come up with new ones for at least a year!

Lynne said...

Beautiful,photos Jeanie . . .
No doubt about it . . . a visit to Southern Exposure and the gardens
looks like a wonderful experience . . .
I look forward to enjoying a visit there sometime soon . . .

Pom Pom said...

So pretty! I'm so thankful for gardens!

Marilyn Miller said...

Visits to this garden are always delightful. I can just imagine how peaceful and beautiful to visit in person.

Sandra Cox said...

Beautiful! I love statues interspersed in a garden.

Stacey said...

That is truly such a special place. :)

Pam Jackson said...

What a really neat looking place to visit and take photos of. Nice.

BeachGypsy said...

I love all your pictures from here! Its a really fun and interesting place with so much to see and photograph, plus the activities/crafts, and the meals!! Some very artistic and talented folks there for sure...as well as really good gardeners! How are you doing this week?

Barbara Fisher said...

Hello Jeanie, I’d not heard of Southern Exposure until I visited your blog, but it looks very inviting.
Your first picture of the tulips is just beautiful, and I love the bird bath with the flowers.
I’m not sure about the peony it looks as though it’s growing through a rose bush. Could it be a rose the leaves certainly look as if they might be? I’m no expert, by the way, so I’m probably completely wrong.
I really enjoyed my visit here today, Hugs Barbara

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I just don't want this season to end.

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Southern exposure you have done it again! Always you delight me with your vast array of experiences but I think in your beautiful gardens there is always something for everyone. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!
Jemma

La Table De Nana said...

The prettiest time of yr..for blooms :) So pretty..lifts spirits to soaring heights!

Joanne Huffman said...

The best kind of garden - lovely in every season, and someone else does the upkeep.

My name is Erika. said...

That is a cool garden link up Jeanie. Wow. Right now with the surgery the grass in my gardens is taller than the flowers. :) I love seeing the photos from Southern Exposure. They always inspire me. Maybe some day my gardens will look 1/2 as good. Happy mid-week. Beautiful weather is back after the heat. Hugs-Erika

The French Hutch said...

I know how you love going here and I enjoy seeing all the beautiful through your photos Jeanie. Beautiful!

Silver Willow said...

beautiful photos!

Rita C. said...

If you're a gardener, Southern Exposure is a delightfully inspiring place to go. If you're not a gardener, Southern Exposure is a delightfully inspiring place to go. Period.
Thank you once again for a tour of Southern Exposure. You know I love that place.
Rita

Victoria Zigler said...

You always make the gardens there sound so magical...

Sandra Cox said...

I love that first picture. So vibrant and beautiful.
YOU, have a great one.

Jann Olson said...

Loved the look back Jeanie! Southern Exposure is such a beautiful place.
hugs,
Jann

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Jeanie, someday I must visit Southern Exposure myself. I always enjoy your photos and stories about it. Hope you have a wonderful summer.

Bella Rum said...

That is the most beautiful place. I can see why you love to go there.

Tracy said...

PURE JOY... what wonders and sweetness! That top image with the tulips is stunning... and wooden shoe decorations is very clever! Thanks for taking us back to SE, Jeanie! ;) ((HUGS))

Louca por porcelana said...

So beautiful!

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

I love all the photos of the flowers! We only have day lilies in our yard. I am hoping there is more room for flower beds in our next home! Phil's mom has beautiful flowers, though, and she often sends a bouquet of peonies home for me with phil as she knows they are my favorite!!

Bonnie said...

I wish I could visit Southern Exposure since I enjoy your posts so much about it. Sorry, I am late coming over from Pam's Gardens Galore. I have been on vacation and am enjoying reading all the links now that I am back home.

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