Saturday, April 17, 2010

Tea & Trilliums

Tamias townsendii April 17, 2010

Pseudotrillium rivale April 17, 2010

 
Trillium grandiflorum April 17, 2010

Trillium kurabayashii April 17, 2010

I was invited to the Tea & Trilliums event in exchange for opening my garden to the Hardy Plant Society of Washington & the Northwest Rock Garden Society in August.  I am not a member of either group, but I want to see more of their gardens.  Even though I love Trilliums, my favorite was the chipmunk.

7 comments:

Helen at summerhouse said...

I think I'll just have to agree here, the trilliums are beautiful, but the chipmunk is really cute. I don't think I've seen a chipmunk for years.

Karen said...

Ohhhhh, I wish I'd had time to go. I'm glad you got to see all those lovelies, and the chipmunk made the trip even more worthwhile! A very bold one climbed on my foot this summer up on Hurricane Ridge, hoping to scoop up a dropped sandwich crumb.

Kathryn said...

oh my...a real chipmunk...we don't have those...we have possums...very cute indeed...great plant shots...keep up the good work...always a pleasure to see nice photographs on blogs...

Garden Beet said...

gosh i really like the leaf of the trillium - great colour

patientgardener said...

Thinking of investing in my first Trillium this year

Jordan Jackson said...

The thing I learned about Trilliums is that they love a moist garden. I can grow them in shade in my dry garden. But mine are very small compared to those I saw on the tour.

Autumn Belle said...

Beautiful pictures and lovely garden. I like the cute chipmunk too.