Entries Categorized as 'flowers/garden photos'

Blooming in Mary Ann Little’s Garden

May 29, 2009


Lovely Flowers

May 20, 2009

Barbara Tacy has provided some wonderful photos of flowers from her garden.

Daffodils & Crocuses

April 14, 2009

These crocuses photographed by Valerie Grimm in her garden are spectacular – a sure sign of spring. The daffodils along Shinny’s stone wall are certainly a beautiful sign of spring.

March Meeting Speaker – Todd Gipstein

March 14, 2009

A Feast for The Eyes Our March Meeting speaker is Todd Gipstein – renowned photographer and media specialist – “committed to continuing his long career of creating elegant, emotional shows that touch a responsive chord in viewers. In short, ‘media with a message. “ You can see Todd’s work and read more about him on […]

Brussels in Bloom

March 8, 2009

Click on the images to enlargeCraftsmen arrange the flowers by hand, directly onto the square’s cobblestones, without any soil. Grass and tree bark are also used to provide color. Story submitted by Jane Bogdan.

Photos from the Tundra

September 22, 2008

Fran Oat has shared photos of flowers on the trundra on her trip to Siberia and the Bering Sea.

Gardens created for the 2008 Beijing Summer Oympics

August 27, 2008

Arija’s Delightful Garden

August 23, 2008

Arija’s garden is 3 1/2 acres of flowers, shrubs,& trees which she planted & so beautifully landscaped in Old Mystic. A trip there is a real delight. These photos, taken by Carol Connor, give a glimse of the beauty there.

A Visit to Portland Rose Garden

July 18, 2008

Diane Davis visited The International Rose Test Garden, in Portland, Oregon. It is the oldest official continuously operated public use test garden in the U.S. Its primary purpose is to serve as a testing ground for new rose varieties. The 4.5 acre garden with over 7,000 rose plants is on a hill with beautiful views […]

Arija’s Summer Garden

July 5, 2008

I thought I’d give you an update on my gardening activities. A week ago I had a group from New Zealand come tour my garden. The weather co-operated and we had a wonderful tour. A couple of “Kiwis” even informed me that viewing my garden was the highlight of their visit to CT.Last Saturday I […]