Nora’s Garden Album

Nora’s deep into book world, tying things up before the family vacation starts in 10 days (daily updates beginning mid-June). So instead of a post, I’m sharing garden photos (the ones I forgot over a week ago 😳).

Hope you’re all enjoying the weekend.


28 thoughts on “Nora’s Garden Album”

  1. Nora’s garden always looks so beautiful.
    Happy Summer 🌻💐🌸🌼

  2. Awesome photos of the garden. Thanks for sharing the beauty 😊😊

  3. Looks really lovely. Don’t know where you find the time for all you do.

      1. 🤣🤣🤣. All my daylilies and roses in the front get eaten unless I spray them with a strong scent. And when it is so dry, that doesn’t work. They don’t eat the lantana or Turk’s Cap, though.

    1. I hang Deer NO NO bags on garden hooks near any plants and flowers the deer love to snack on. I hang one on my bird feeder and the deer leave the corn/sunflower mix alone.

  4. I spent all weekend in the garden too, found out the deer love crepe myrtle so had to put netting around everything! Feeling slightly sunburned but very satisfied. Yay for almost vacation!

  5. Beautiful garden. Looks so serene. Great place to read, relax, and take a nap.

  6. Beautiful! I love dragons and fairies sharing gardens.
    No matter where Nora looks in her garden, there’s something beautiful, even just the rock walls!
    Looking forward to reading about the family vacation. They always have a great time.

  7. I love how the views are tranquil but with beautiful color throughout. Those are wonderful examples of how to do a shade garden!

  8. Garden looks so good. Must be wonderful to sit and read there. I’ve been celebrating our Queens Platinum Jubilee for the last 4 days. It’s been so much fun. Our final celebration was a Street party yesterday and at 8pm my neighbours and I were ‘VERY’ merrily congering up and down the road. Getting up for work this morning was horrid though.

  9. Of course we all have garden envy. But I know how much work goes into all of that (that’s why I do containers). What are the plants in the “Sky High Purple” picture?

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