CS #747 - Corners of the garden

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No other takers so far so my proposal for the week is for you to show us more intimate or selected parts of your garden/outside space/house plants. Not the wide vistas. Usual rules - take pics from now until midnight next Wednesday, your time; post three at a time, but there is no limit on the number of posts you make; and enjoy yourself.

Some examples:

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Cherry Blossom by warth man, on Flickr

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Woodland by warth man, on Flickr

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Clematis House by warth man, on Flickr
 
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Local public azalea gardens.

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The gardens cover several acres of a lake hillside.

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... and the more intimate parts ...

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The last couple of days winter seems to have loosened it's grip on Idaho. It's 75 degrees today, with no wind. The plants are starting to wake up and things are sprouting. Of course, the weeds are doing the best of all!! Maybe by the end of the week my flowering trees will be blooming.
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Excellent topic, Ron. Just so happens that we visited the university horticultural garden this morning and I took several photos of "corners". Will get some up tomorrow.
 
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The last couple of days winter seems to have loosened it's grip on Idaho. It's 75 degrees today, with no wind. The plants are starting to wake up and things are sprouting. Of course, the weeds are doing the best of all!! Maybe by the end of the week my flowering trees will be blooming. View attachment 1682940

Nice shot Terri. We're a long way off 75 degrees here. Most of this month has seen frosty nights and not-so-warm days.
 
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We have glorious hot pink azaleas out in front of my building, nicely situated under my bedroom window! This year they are really in their glory, just beautiful, more than we've ever had on these bushes previously....

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Here are a few from the Hahn Horticultural Garden at Virginia Tech.

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