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 

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! 


  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. :)

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

  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

  4. Adorei a casa.
    Amei as imagens.


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