Posts tagged: Martha Tate
Garden pool designed and built by the owner, Jim Scot. Located in Lake Martin, Alabama. Photo by Martha Tate from her blog “Garden Photo of the Day”.
Poppies are blooming now in Monet’s garden in Giverny, France in this beautiful shade of dusty rose. Photo by Martha Tate from her blog ‘Garden Photo of the Day’.
A teeny front garden in that bastion of southern garden style, Charlston, South Carolina (U.S.) The fastigiate plant is probably Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria ‘Will Fleming’) and the vine is Confederate Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) according to Martha Tate who shot this photo.
Le Bois des Moutiers in Varengeville sur Mer, Normandy, France. Designed Guillaume Mallet in the early 20th century, devastated by World War II, restored by his son and grandson. Photo by Martha Tate from her blog ‘Garden Photo of the Day.
Harriet Kirkpatrick has 50 different varieties of Hydrangea in her Atlanta, Georgia garden in the U.S. The next month in this garden must be heavenly! Photo by Martha Tate on her blog ‘Garden Photo of the Day’.
From Martha Tate’s blog ‘Garden Photo of the Day’. http://www.gardenphotooftheday.com/2012/05/garden-swing-brings-memories.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+GardenPhotoOfTheDay+%28Garden+Photo+of+the+Day%29.
The entry garden at Mary Wayne Dixon’s home in Atlanta, Georgia in the U.S. It will be on the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Gardens for Connoisseurs tour this spring. Photo by Martha Tate.
For your shady garden: Woodland Phlox (Phlox divaricata). Native from Manitoba, Canada to Oklahoma in the United States and all the way east to the Atlantic Ocean. Photo by Martha Tate.
Hardy Orchid (Bletilla striata) for your garden. Not fussy at all. So why haven’t I planted them? Oh, I remember. Deer eat them. Photo by Martha Tate.
Old garden rose giant: Lady Banks Rose (Rosa banksiae ‘Lutea’) is blooming now in Atlanta, Georgia in the U.S. Is it blooming where you live? Photo by Martha Tate.
Dry stone garden walls just beg to be planted. Here the lovely & lacey U.S. native, Maidenhair Fern (Adiantum pedatum).
Winter reveals the structural elements of a garden. This is blogger Martha Tate’s terrace covered with wrought iron arches. In the summer a red trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) provides shade and probably attracts lots of hummingbirds.