Neighborhood Garden Tour (Part 2)


Interrupted by a visit to the Huntington, and Bloom Day.  Back to the tour.  Next stop...
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This charming garden belongs to a family in which every member enjoys creativity and art.  It shows.  

Even the potting bench is beautiful.  
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Two family members:
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Plain black nursery pots made fun by a family painting project.  
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A mature native Oak is the property's botanical highlight.  This is a small part of it.
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Tree with a view.
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Fun portraits of the daughter and son-in-law on display indoors.  
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Window view
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The next and last garden was carefully groomed.  There was only a leaf or two fallen under a row of Eucalyptus. 
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 A beautiful mature landscape.
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Green.
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We enjoyed an alfresco lunch...
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Swooned over the blooming Ceanothus...
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...then it was time to go home.  
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  1. Looks like the weather is fine!

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    1. Yes, it was a lovely day--but oh, for some rain!

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  2. The Ceanothus is beautiful and I love the photos of the fountain in the partier garden, a beautiful simplicity of green plants with white flowers and some pink. The trickling water looks so refreshing flowing over the edges of the bowls.
    xoxoxo ♡

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    1. Yes, so simple and elegant. It is a restful garden.

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  3. I wonder how the daughter likes her portrait. lol The tree trunks and bougainvillea are beautiful! I wish we could grow Ceanothus here but it melts down.

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    1. The artist asked her to scowl, and the result was delightful. It's meant to be fun rather than serious, and it is fun. (Also beautifully painted.)

      Ceanothus I appreciate more and more--the glossy foliage and graceful arching habit, not just the flowers.

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