Today we're back with part two of last week's awesome garden tour in Athens, Georgia.
Remember this awesome courtyard?
I can't get enough of it!
So serene and beautiful.
Love the above collection of pots.
But around the corner...
...is another little courtyard.
And even farther down is a pond.
I'm in love with the above Norway Spruce.
A completely irresistable path to the pond.
This was one fantastic garden. Stay tuned because my favorite garden on this tour is next.
Those delphinium are spectacular... too bad that they can't be grown in a southern garden...
I don't understand why they're presented in these public gardens.... when it's just a tease...
imagine paying for a blooming size perennial, (or an entire bed of them), knowing that they were going to die with the heat!
May 18, 2013 at 06:55 AM
Beautiful pictures! I've enjoyed looking through your blog. Come check out Sunshine Pen Pals and join the fun!
May 21, 2013 at 10:21 AM
Gosh, it looks more like a park than someone's private home - lovely!
May 22, 2013 at 10:39 PM
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