The second stop on Day 2 of the Seattle Garden Bloggers' Fling was Denise Lane's garden.
After lunch, we wandered the grounds.
The sun was at its peak, so I gravitated toward the shady spots.
Glass art accentuated several plantings.
This bog area featured a metal dragonfly.
For many, this pond with its Doric-style columns was a highlight.
I couldn't see Doric columns in my garden's future, but I could definitely see something like this little grouping.
Denise's garden was lovely and quite impressive. Thanks, Diane, for hosting the roving hordes! And thanks to Lorene Edwards Forkner, Debra Prinzing, Marty Wingate and Mary Ann Newcomer for organizing the Seattle Fling.
And if the moon doesn't grab the dragonfly and run off to Greece, I'll tell you next about the garden bloggers' trip to the Bellevue Botanical Garden.