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 NIAGARA FALLS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY GARDEN WALK - PAGE 2

BY BRUCE ZIMMERMAN

the Niagara falls Horticultural Society held it's Garden Walk. There were seven gardens from my old haunts of Stamford Center to the Zimmerman Avenue area.  Each garden had it's own personality which for in the most part reflected their owners personalities.

These are some of my favourite shots of the plants and gardens. These are just some of the one hundred pictures I took.

Boy was I jealous  When I Saw This Greenhouse A Rudbeckia Not To Be Underestimated
17Th Century Classic Arbour Can I Please Blow The Whistle
A Fine Example Of Grasses In Container Window Boxes Really Made The Front Of trhe House
The Front Yard I Made By The Window Boxes This Would Be A Great Place For An Afternoon Nap
Hakonechloa Macra Aureola White Swan and Magnus Coneflower Together
This Is A Cool Gate Fall Aster
Single Scarlet Hollyhock Double Apricot Hollyhock
Pink Hardy Waterlily Pond Well Landscaped
Variegated Autumn Sedum Excellent Plant Combination
Variegated Geranium Sedum Veronica Hosta Japanese Painted Fern
Excellent Plant Combinations Cutleaf Japanese Maple  Hosta
Plants Plants And More Plants My Favorite Poem
These Tulips Will Bloom For A Very Long Time Pink Farey Roses Japanese Maple And Hosta
Lion Head Fountain With Artifical Ivy Good Use Of Colour And It Emphasies The Curve Of tThe Wall
It was nice to go home again. I would like to thank all the volunteers and garden owners who made it a great day for everyone. My favourite garden was the Bordorkos Garden.
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