Sunday, May 21, 2017

Williamsburg Garden

Our trip to Williamsburg and Washington D.C. was exciting!
I loved seeing Colonial Williamsburg and of course the gardens and flower combinations were my 
favorites.



I fell in love with this pink garden behind a picket fence.  The gladiolas were striking and I am adding this variety to my own garden next year.  



A limited color palate makes such a statement with 
shades of pink and white flowers. 




The garden was relatively small but generously planted.







The variety is 'Gladiolus palustris' and I can't wait 
to give them a try.  


Wisteria was growing along one side of the 
garden and smelled wonderful!




Beautiful potted foxgloves lined the sidewalks 
in Merchant Square.  I would love to revisit Williamsburg when we have more time but I think a fall trip would be lovely for the amount of time spent outdoors.   





Seems I'm attracted to pink and white! 






4 comments:

  1. Oh so beautiful! You find the prettiest gardens. Do you plan your trips for the gardens? We have done that before and it's so much fun to see what grows in other places. :)

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  2. What a wonderful time to visit Williamsburg. Thanks for taking us along.

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  3. Beautiful! We were there on the 1st of April and I saw the same garden -- it looked completely different, daffodils, tulips, etc. So wonderful to see its progress through spring. Thanks for sharing! -Beth

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