24 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Garden Moments From 2022

      1. pbmgarden Post author

        Perhaps the labels aren’t rendering consistently on every type of device. The redbud against the blue sky is from March. I distinctly remember taking that photo (and many others) with that rich blue sky as backdrop.

  1. Linda Brazill

    I have been trying to decide how I want to look back at 2022 in the garden with little success. This is such a positive and attractive way to do it that I may borrow it. Thanks for giving my morning such a pleasant start.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Glad you enjoyed it Linda. I usually try to do more of a writeup with every plant identified, but this year it was gratifying just to remember there were flowers.

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  2. Annette

    A gorgeous potpourri of flowers and butterflies. I agree with Kris it’d make a fab calendar. I make a calender with images of the head gardener and her best friend (mostly among flowers!) each year. I look forward to your flower arrangements in 2023 and wish you and your husband all the best. I hope he’s back to his old self again.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Thanks for the kind wishes, Annette. He is making some progress. Your calendar is a treasure I’m sure. Yours is one lucky head gardener. Happiness and peace in 2023!

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  3. Beth@PlantPostings

    Oh, I love these round-up posts, and yours is beautiful! I didn’t get around to doing one this year, so I’m enjoying reading and viewing others’. All the best for a very Happy New Year ahead!

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  4. Cathy

    That was a lovely review of the year Susie, and so much more pleasant than all the other reviews I have seen recently! I shall be dreaming of butterflies and peonies tonight. 😃 Happy New Year!

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