Carla’s Garden Tour – Bagicha Bazaar

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Today’s photos are by Carla Z Mudry in Malvern, Pennsylvania.

I was part of my first garden tour on June 24th. Hardy Plant Society Mid-Atlantic Member Garden Tour.

Even when it was raining, they came. And they liked my garden! And he loved all the birds with whom we share the garden and the forest. We also left a lamp in the forest during the early part of the tour, but with all the humans walking around, the waterfall wasn’t left alone for long.

Gardening is a very personal thing when you do it yourself, and even though my husband thought I was crazy, I wasn’t sure how people would accept my garden—how they would see it, compared to That’s how I see it and make it.

I really appreciate the people who stopped by, and I also got some helpful tips on things I wasn’t sure about and the identification of a five-dollar mystery hydrangea from years ago at a grocery store. Its name is ‘Blue Blue’.

It was so special to have Jenny Rose Carey make room in her day to come after a long day to look at my garden and teach a class. Longwood Gardens. He is one of my favorite people and garden influencers because of his books, lectures and his wonderful Northview Gardens. Jenny’s book Brilliant shade, Like David Clapp A layered garden, Among other effects can also be felt in my gardens.

Since the garden tour we’ve had a few thunderstorms, so when it’s all dry, I’ll clean up the garden and continue!

Close up of two hydrangeas, one blue and one whiteHydrangeas – ‘Blue Blue’ (Hydrangea Macrophylla ‘Blue Blue’, zones 5-9) (left and smooth hydrangea).Hydrangea arborescenszones 3-9) to the right

Close up of cream colored smooth hydrangea flowers.Take a closer look at the hydrangea flowers

A bee closing in on a blue hydrangea bloomA pollinator watcher enjoys hydrangea flowers.

Near bright pink rosesA magical highlight of June’s garden is the rose.

Close up of bright red lilies and bee balm flowerslotus (Lilium hybrids, zones 4-9) and bee balm (Monarda Didymazones 3–8) bloom in red in one study.

Red lily among various green plantsLilies provide a pop of color against a tapestry of greens.

Plant colorful plants around a small birdbathA beautiful bird bath is in front of some wonderful plants. A dark, cut-leaf Japanese maple (Acer palmatum(Zones 5-9) Beautifully ‘Sun King’ Aralia (Aralia Cordetta (‘Sun King’, Zones 4-9)

Shade with green plants in different colors, shapes and texturesMixing plants of different colors, sizes and textures in this shady garden makes the space vibrant and beautiful.

Two pilgrims are passing through the garden.Visitors tour the garden.

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