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I Hate Saying Goodbye

FOUND IN: Community, Education on July 26, 2011
The girls pine for the perfect shot while admiring the bright red Monarda in the Bellevue Botanical Garden

The Seattle Garden Bloogers Fling ended like they all do. Business cards are exchanged. Open arms lead to heartfelt hugs. We tell each other how great it was seeing you again.

But best of all, I don't have to say goodbye.

Not only do I not have to say it, more likely than not, it just wouldn't make much sense.

We're all garden bloggers. All gardeners. All computer competent. And all enjoy talking about it.

Posting keeps us connected.

Comments remind us that someone will talk back.

And it happens more than once a year.

A beautiful bouquet is made while visiting the West Seattle Farmers Market.
Locally grown produce from farms in the area shows the variety Seattle has to offer.

A sitting area designed with reclaimed items in Lorene Edwards Forkner's garden. Check out here new book called Handmade Garden Projects coming out soon!

Purple is taken to new heights in this composition at the Farley garden.

The Olympic Sculpture Parkis beautifully sighted on the banks overlooking Puget Sound. This is Bunyon's Chess by Mark di Suvero.

One of the areas most phenomenal gardens, The Bloedel Reserve is located on Bainbridge Island.
The cool, moist conditions foster layers of moss to grow on anything sedentary throughout the acres of natural land at The Bloedel Reserve.
Dragonfly Farms is a display garden and retail plant nursery located on Bainbridge Island.

The egg-like sculptures are just one of many different pieces of art displayed in the Dragonfly Farms gardens.

An arbor made from chain seems to be magically floating.