In the interests of being organized and up to date a lot of us bloggers create our posts the day before and have them ready to go for the morning. Consequently I am always out of whack in my head (hey...be nice) when it comes to what day it really is.
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This is the third installment of the my trip to Erickson's Daylily Farm in Langley, B.C. I sure took a lot of pictures that day.
Behind this hedge is the growing garden and even though it is not the "pretty" sister i.e. the house garden it is still beautiful.
Wouldn't this be a nice place to take your lunch break during a day of planting and digging and weeding? I am surprised I don't see Keetha's bears here. They have been everywhere else this summer.
This maple tree was so unusual. At first I thought it had a white mold all over it and was sick but on closer inspection I saw the white and pink mottled leaves. It was glowing in the sunlight.
Again I would like to point out that this is the "work" garden of the farm and not the gardens around the home. These are behind the tall cedar hedges and you go through an opening in the hedge to get to it. Secret Garden style.