6/29/14

flowers from hollard gardens

Hollard Gardens in Kaponga is my 'go to' place when I want to take pictures but don't want to go far. It's a public garden, free to enter, that is absolutely huge with a wonderful variety of colors all year round. These are photos from my archives taken at Hollard Gardens. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed taking them!







19 comments:

Linley S said...

Such a pretty collection of flowers Betty. What a bonus the gardens are close to home.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

A real living rainbow. Fantastic.

Donna said...

How lucky to have this garden close and its free...perfection!!

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Beautiful flowers! How wonderful to have a garden close by. I've usually gone to the Botanic Garden, but it's closed now because they're doing some major rebuilding.

Laura said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

Linda W. said...

Nice pics. How wonderful to have a garden like this so close to home!

Laura said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Roan said...

Lucky you to have such a wonderful, free, place to find beautiful flowers! I like them all!

Blackberry Lane said...

Such a treat to view all these magnificent flowers.

Felicia said...

your flowers and images are great.

Amy said...

lovely photos! my favourite is the red rata

Lina Gustina said...

No wonder you love visiting this garden. So many beauties there.
Thanks for stopping by.

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ulla laiho said...

What a good fortune to have access to so many beautiful plants.

Sharon Wagner said...

Luminous!

Hannah said...

Beautiful flowers, so many that I love, they really accentuate life in a tropical paradise.

Christine K. said...

gorgeous collection of flower photos! you are lucky to have such a garden near you.

Villrose said...

What a colorful place to visit! Nice collage :-)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Gosh it is wonderful to have a place like this near to you. Magical ... beautiful flowers.

NatureFootstep said...

I loved the purple rose. So unusual. :)