Two Day Bus Tour July 5 & 6, 2008.

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30 Members and friends visited 8 gardens in the Ottawa area.

Mary Anne Van Berlo's private garden was the first stop near Carlsbad Springs, ON
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This gate and the shade of the tall trees
beyond welcomed us.

But first we had to admire the the sunny
border outside. What a treat for passers-by.
This is on city land.

This is callirhoe involucrata or Wine cups.

Mary Anne explains her garden.
She rattled off the Latin names like a Roman

This cactus over winters right here.

Delphinium

Another view of the border

No, we weren't turned into Lilliputians

Two different clematis on the trellis


Foxglove

Dry pebble garden with alpines

Detail of an interesting Sedum

Salvia Sclarea var. turkestanica



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Click here to go to page 3, Second garden: Joan Mcnabb

Click here to go to page 4, Third garden: Ken and Darlene Scales

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Click here to go to page 6, Fourth garden: le Jardin les 4 Soleils

Click here to go to page 7, Fifth Garden: Hotel Hilton, Lac Leamy QC

Click here to go to page 8, Sixth garden: Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa

Click here to go to page 9, Seventh Garden: The Herb Garden, Almonte ON

Click here to go to page 10, Eighth Garden: WhiteHouse Perennials, Almonte, ON

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