Wordless Wednesday


About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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61 Responses to Wordless Wednesday

  1. Anne says:

    This is such a pretty combination of colours and textures.

  2. Karen Lang says:

    Love 👏👏

  3. Alice says:

    Such a pretty pattern & colors & babies!

  4. Lovely. Do yours overwinter well? I seem to lose mine, but this year I put them in another bed so they won’t get buried under snow from the plow.

  5. Stunning! It looks like a painting ❤

  6. Kris P says:

    What a perfect combination. Sempervivums are so beautiful but they want cooler conditions than they get here.

  7. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Beautiful colours and textures

  8. Love these!! The colors and the shapes, just gorgeous! Thank you, Eliza!

  9. Beautiful and another favorite this week!🙂

  10. Wonderful composition and color; and example of the Fibonacci Golden Angle – placement of phylla around the center!

  11. Beautiful succulents! Do they do well in your climate?

  12. spanishwoods says:

    Beautiful image Eliza.

  13. susurrus says:

    The purple tips are a very nice touch.

  14. Jet Eliot says:

    A quiet, beautiful bouquet in the earth. Lovely photo and garden, Eliza.

  15. Amazing colour Eliza, the pinks and greens are lovely.

  16. Gorgeous! Could be a Mandala

  17. SunnyD says:

    Oh my this is stunning!!!!

      • SunnyD says:

        You could open your gorgeous garden to be viewed by the public and charge for it 🤗. It just brings me so much piece to see all the flowers, bouquets, scenery, etc. I cant possibly be the only one who has these same feelings 🙂❤

      • Eliza Waters says:

        You are so sweet to say that! I live so far out in the country, I doubt many would make the drive.
        But I REALLY miss my garden in the winter…kind of like starving s-l-o-w-l-y for the next six months. Awful! 😉

      • SunnyD says:

        I can imagine….when do your fiest blooms come up? I would so love love love to see it if we are ever out that way the right time of year. Or we would just stop by to say hello.

      • Eliza Waters says:

        My first bulbs come up in April, then the perennial beds start in June (everything looks orderly, fresh and wonderful), then annuals come on board in July and August, blooming until frost around this time of year.
        Seriously, you are welcome to visit ANY time! Western Mass. is a lovely area if you love nature and woodlands. Even winter is beautiful if you like outdoor activities like snowshoeing, skiing (downhill and cross-country) and sledding.

      • SunnyD says:

        Sounds like our kind of vacation spot! Gorgeous scenory….say no more!! Hopefully we can make it out that way one of these days. That would be awesome! 😁

      • Eliza Waters says:

        It would be great to meet you three in person. 🙂

      • SunnyD says:

        It sure would be….what a happy thought 🙂

  18. Maria says:

    Gorgeous Eliza, I love the bird’s eye view.

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