Sunday, June 7, 2015

Wurzburg - palace gardens and markets. . . . . . . . .












You know how much I loved visiting the gardens of the palace - mixed 
borders such as these were an inspiration, and poppies were my favorite flower here.







8 comments:

  1. A definite feast for the eyes and your photos are just stunning!

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  2. Oh my - such an assortment of flowers - and lovely buildings - it is just glorious.

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  3. Dear Mary, What a fabulous post. Your flower photos are sensational. Isn't it interesting how Europe has changed the way they plant their gardens. They are definitely less formal and much more interesting.

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  4. Oh my goodness, Mary, what gorgeous photos. The poppies are so beautiful and would be my favorite, too. I'm sure you spent hours there. The pastries.....oh my word!

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  5. Oh how I love gardens and markets. Those yellow poppies I just noticed recently for the first time. I think they are called Welsh Poppies. I have looked for seeds, but can only find them one place and they need to be planted in the fall. I must order them soon. I just love them in with other things in the garden. Beautiful!

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  6. Stunning images & collages, Mary. The architecture is so impressive and the flower borders complement the buildings beautifully. Thanks for taking me back to Deutschland with you today .

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  7. What a gorgeous mailbox for your postcards...wish I was there again (39 years, now) to put one in!
    That last cake slice looks so familiar - wonderful reminders of times past. Danke schon, Mary!

    Mary in Oregon

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  8. Beautiful scenery and flowers! It really is lovely there.

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