Sightings from 2009 Raleigh Area Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Tour

Nataure's Garden 2009 Photo Shoot 205

Falls Revival

Falls Revival

Falls Revival

Falls Revival

Helen's Haven

Helen's Haven

Photo Credit Jennifer Weinberg
Photo Credit Jennifer Weinberg

Nataure's Garden 2009 Photo Shoot 109

Entwined

Entwined

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The Paisley Garden

The Paisley Garden

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The Thompson Garden

The Thompson Garden

Rose Cottage

Rose Cottage

Photo Credit Jennifer Weinberg

Photo Credit Jennifer Weinberg

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12 Comments »

  1. meghan said

    i like the way the thompsons used container gardening in addition to all of their beautiful plantings. i plan on using more containers! here in the sandhills, i have sand, sand and more sand. containers are my friend! :)

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  3. I know, Meghan, right? Containers in the gardens are beautiful regardless of reason. A design statement is reason enough! I hope you check back, I have asked others to send in photos.

  4. I have a lot of photos of Helen’s Haven! :-)

    C

  5. Les said

    How did you get away to take these photos, or were these pre-tour?

  6. So Les, your only comment is about the logistics of photo collections? Just checking…lol H.

  7. Janet said

    I love the little tree frog. Of course the gardens are fabulous, but that little frog is a cutie.

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  9. Charlotte said

    Love the blue bottles!

  10. TC said

    Love that old lawn chair. I’m debating about whether or not I should paint mine. I found two old rocker style lawn chairs that might get more use if they were cleaned up.

  11. Stephanie Werskey said

    Congratulations Helen, on a job well done – the Garden Conservancy thanks you. I thought maybe you would take a break now but I see that you are as busy as ever!

  12. beth j said

    Hey Helen,
    Loved your comments and the photos of the GWA tours to the local public gardens and most of all, I loved seeing the beautiful photos of the gardens of friends in the area who participated in both GWA and the Garden Concervency.Hasn’t this been a wonderful month for our beautiful part of North Carolina and the attention we’ve gotten for the hardworking gardeners and their handiwork?

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