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    July 18, 2010



    Awesome photos and walk. Sounds like you had the best of times in these beautiful gardens.


    Wow, I love your dessert for Sunday night! :-) I do wish I'd been able to see Brian and Gordon's garden in sunlight. I loved their veggies as well. That other garden near them looked really interesting. Once again, thanks for the rescue Sunday and I really enjoyed meeting and talking to you!

    Heather's Garden

    Tina -- Thanks! It really was a lovely day. It was also nice to go at our own pace...luckily Dee's pace is also a quick one!

    Jean -- It was great meeting you too! I have a weakness for chocolate martinis and peanut butter in almost any form. I have to say the room service dinner was also quite good.

    Blackswampgirl Kim

    What a great recap. I'm definitely thinking that you need a little pond with some koi fish, Heather, given all those water feature photos you took!

    Brian and Gordon's lush garden looked great, and I love Jim's window boxes, too... but I'm completely smitten with Jennifer's place. I would love to have her come over, walk through my house, and give me a few pointers on how to fix it up, Jennifer-style. :)


    All of those gardens are amazing. It's really something to aspire to. Love all the koi ponds. Buffalo really knows how to garden! They don't dissappoint!


    Hi Heather, thanks for showing what we missed by leaving Sunday morning! I have to say, the gardens were incredible, Jim's, Lancaster, Brian and Gordon's and the one near them, but you went to the Chocolate Bar!!!! Lucky ducks! It was a pleasure to meet you. I have a photo of you and Lee in the ivy covered pergola at the Botanical gardens on this post today:


    Heather's Garden

    Kim -- Our first attempt at gardening included a little water garden in a 1/2 wine barrel complete with fish. It was too much maintenance for us so the fish moved inside and the barrel became an herb garden. I think we could all benefit from Jennifer's eye for design!

    Meemsnyc -- You should head up there for Garden Walk Buffalo, you'd really enjoy it. It's really incredible to see it in person.

    Frances -- I love that photo of me and Lee! I updated my last post to include a link to it. Yes, the Chocolate Bar was awesome, and here's how small a town Buffalo really is...our waiter from the night before was in there with some friends and recognized us! I have to admit I was oblivious, guess I was having to much fun with other bloggers at dinner, but Lee remembered him and we had a nice chat. Fantastic meeting you too!


    Really enjoyed your Buffalo tours. I've seen some from past years and Buffalo rules when it comes to gardening in smaller spaces than what many gardeners have.
    Just love it all !

    Gordon Ballard

    Hi Heather. Thanks for posting the wonderful pictures and for the compliments.
    We truly enjoyed hosting you and the entire group in our Bird Ave gardens.Sharing is what we do best!

    Heather's Garden

    Patsi -- Thanks, they are amazing gardeners and make me feel like I'm way underutilizing all the space I have.

    Gordon -- No, thank you for opening up your garden to us! I hear you throw a pretty mean party too, maybe next time we come to visit we'll find out first hand.

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