Sunday, August 28, 2016

Postcards from Maine: Thuya Garden, Part 1

Thuya Garden only looked promising in June; in August, it was in peak form, bursting with old-fashioned flowers, butterflies, and bees.

Also frogs. As usual, we went straight to the tiny pond to count them. There were five.

Even the ground cover was colorful and interesting:

There were dahlias everywhere:

Zinnias, snapdragons, and other old-fashioned flowers:

This is Datura — sort of a super-sized, industrial-strength, non-climbing morning glory:

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