Eye Candy At Joy Creek

 Eye candy from Joy Creek Nursery, Scappoose, Oregon.
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Clematis is a Joy Creek specialty.
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'Duchess of Albany' (maybe):
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'Rooguchi' (likely):
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'Minuet', maybe:
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Lilies:
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I think we may have arrived at Peak Lily:
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The Fling weekend was unquestionably Peak Monarda:
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Also Peak Rudbeckia:
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And maybe Peak Hydrangea:
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The Portland area is cool-winter enough to grow Hostas:
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Happy eyes.
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Comments

  1. Beautiful photos, looks like it was a riot of colour.

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    1. It was intense color. Whatever portion of the brain that loves color was really happy.

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  2. If I hadn't read the text I would have sworn these were taken in your garden (minus the ones that wouldn't grow there), the photos have an unmistakable "Hoover Boo" signature look to them.

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    1. I'm either fixated or obsessive, fixated or obsessive...

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  3. It looks as though you arrived at Peak Joy Creek!

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  4. My eyes see what you see, but my camera doesn't

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    1. My camera sees better than I do, thank goodness.

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