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Garden Tour

I was inspired by WCS video garden tour. He did a tour of his vegetable garden that was fun to watch. My small Canon SD800 has a video mode so I made the following video of the garden in front of my house. You might recognize a few of the flowers from my recent posts. It was a lot of fun to make.


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Comments (6)

I enjoyed your tour. The dephiniums were beautiful!
I wanted to thank you for visiting my blog and helping identify the Verbascum. It does look a lot like 'Cotswold Queen' images that I found on the internet.
I really enjoyed your blog!

Great video! I left you a rating and comment. :)

I loved this! You have so many gorgeous and interesting plants. Several times I wished I could pause it and ask you more about something.

I enjoyed Walt's tours too. I've seen Ken and Walt's garden in person, but they've really expanded the vegetable beds since I was there.

I'll have to check out my camera manuals and see if one of them would allow me to do this.

Wow: Mahalo for taking me on a tour! Maybe a new vocation for you? Where to begin. I'm amazed that you can grow iris, roses, and yucca, bananas and ginger too! Amazed, yes; maybe a little jealous too. The varigation is striking as well as the colors of the delphinium. Those are some of the largest salvias I've seen. Thanks for taking me along. menehune

Thanks for the video,Marta. Enjoyed the tour.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Marta, that was a great video tour of your beautiful garden. You have such a wonderful collection. Although I don't know too much about flowers and plants, I really enjoyed taking your tour and learning more about the beautiful ones you have in your garden.

Thank you for sharing!

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