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  1. said:

    I made it to the end because I adore flowers as well. Here in NW NC no one’s hydrangeas are blooming – they didn’t last year either due to two very harsh, cold winters. How I miss my hydrangeas – I’m ready to go buy some bouquets. Daylilies are a fave also! I believe we could be neighbors and my Sam would love to sniff and snork with Moose!!!

    July 27, 2015
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    • said:

      Ha Thanks Susan! Sorry that no hydrangeas are blooming near you. I would love to be neighbors with you and Moose would love that too:). Have a great week and take care, Tara

      July 28, 2015
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    • said:

      Thanks Caitlin! We were lucky to have the raspberries already here. I am hoping for basketfuls of apples in a few years:). Thanks so much for stopping by to see my summer garden tour!!! Take care, Tara

      July 28, 2015
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  2. Your garden (and property) is beautiful, Tara!
    I love hostas, and couldn’t help but notice that you have several too :0) Loved seeing the ones that have clusters of pretty purple flowers towering over their full leaves. Beautiful!
    You’re so lucky to have so many hydrangeas! They’re one of my favorite cut flowers. I buy a bunch of them almost ever week from the Farmer’s Market to enjoy on our kitchen table.
    Thanks so much for coming by and taking the time to leave a comment on one of my most recent posts. It’s nice to find another fan of Sarah Addison Allen! I look forward to reading your recommendation!
    Wishing you a great week,
    Suzanne

    July 28, 2015
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      Suzanne, thank you so much for your sweet comments about my garden and property and for visiting! Hostas really are great, they are indestructible:). I bet those hydrangeas look so pretty on your kitchen table. I was so excited to see one of my favorite books at Inspire Me Tuesday that I had to click through your link:). Hope you have a great week too. Take care, Tara

      July 28, 2015
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  3. said:

    Absolutely gorgeous. Your so right about hydrangeas, I have a very shaded property so I have a lot of them too and they grow HUGE! We never had deer until this year, and they have been destroying my yard. I think we will be adding a fence too!

    July 28, 2015
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      Amy, I am so sorry about the deer, they can be so frustrating. My next door neighbor hangs old CD’s in her yard (which isn’t fenced) and it seems to keep them away from even her veggies. Thanks so much for your sweet comments about my garden. Take care, Tara

      July 28, 2015
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  4. said:

    Tara, your garden is stunning! You’ve planted all of my favorites. I love how relaxing and peaceful your property is. I know the outside takes a completely different kind of sweat equity than the inside and your hard work is paying off. It’s gorgeous! Hugs, CoCo

    July 28, 2015
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    • said:

      Thanks CoCo! I appreciate that you understand about the how different outside and inside work is:). Thanks so much for your sweet comments about our property. That means a lot. Take care, Tara

      July 28, 2015
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  5. said:

    Beautiful garden Tara! You really have a green thumb! Hydrangea heaven 🙂
    Thanks for sharing
    Karen

    July 29, 2015
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      Thank you Karen!

      July 30, 2015
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  6. Angelina said:

    I love all of those beautiful hydrangeas in your garden! I love all the different colors of them! Enjoy sitting on that beautiful patio!

    August 2, 2015
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    • said:

      Angelina, thanks so much for your sweet comments about our garden and for stopping by. Take care, Tara

      August 6, 2015
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  7. […] are all but stifling this time of year. My flowerbeds look terrible! Yet seeing this beautiful Summer Garden Tour from Tara of the blog Lehman Lane gives me hope that fall will be here soon and we’ll be able to […]

    August 3, 2015
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