Entries Tagged as 'Gardens'

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

More Photos of TheGardenLady’s Garden

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

A private garden in Seattle, Washington

Most gardens are very private. Unlike TheGardenLady’s garden whose garden is in the front of the house for all to see, with the back yard being more natural and tranquil, most gardens are only seen by the owners and their guests.  It is exciting to get invited into a private garden to see what their […]

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Camping and Caravanning to See Gardens

The Hidden Gardens of Bury St Edmunds 19-06-2011 by Karen Roe This Garden Lady loves to visit gardens in the US and around the world. This was on my “bucket list” from my childhood before that term became popular. And as I aged I have visited these places and check off all the spots I […]

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

Dubai Miracle Garden

The Huffington Post had an article about one of the world’s least known most impressive gardens of the world. The flowers look like annuals. So, if you are going to Dubai soon, don’t forget to visit the Dubai Miracle Garden.

Friday, March 29th, 2013

Gardens to see spring bulbs in bloom

MARCH BANK WINTERTHUR by PHOTOPHANATIC1 It is still a little too early for many spring bulbs to be blooming in TheGardenLady’s garden. In a few more days, flowers will seriously start showing off. The buds on my daffodils are ready to open- one already did.  I can see some hyacinths forcing their flowers out of […]

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

More Beautiful Gardens: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden, Narangestan Gardens and Monet’s Garden

Shiraz Naranjestan Garden (Bagh-e Naranjestan) by R. J. Witonsky There are so many gardens that this GardenLady loves that I could continue writing about gardens to visit that I have visited or I would love to visit for many posts. Recently, TheGardenLady has written about gardens including Butchart Gardens, the Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Stourhead, […]

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Three Beautiful Gardens: Stourhead, Saihojo and Keukenhof

stourhead by pshab This post is about two other wonderful gardens from two countries that love their gardens that TheGardenLady has visited and one garden I dream of visiting. One can spend a lifetime visiting all the fabulous gardens of England. England has got to be a or the gardeners’ paradise. I will mention other […]

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Butchart Gardens and the Garden of Cosmic Speculation

Jumping Bridge by Paulus Maximus! In this GardenLady’s mind there is nothing more wonderful than a garden.  Whether the plants used in a garden are common varieties or exotic varieties, whether the garden is large or small like a terrarium, it does not matter. Each garden is created by an artist and every garden is […]

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden in Cape Town

Lynn who is a Peace Corps Volunteer stationed in Mmathethe, Botswana in Africa recently visited Cape Town, South Africa with a group of other Peace Corps volunteers. She visited Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden  in Cape Town that TheGardenLady has dreamed of visiting.  Here is what she wrote about the visit. PS You will see Lynn in […]

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Planting in Wind Swept Areas

Wind Swept by druss101 TheGardenLady received this question from Joyce. I have a small garden bed at the front of my house. It gets the sun in the morning only, and it’s very opened to the wind.  Could you recommend any plants I could get to make it nice and colorful. Wind swept areas are […]