Category Archives: Monet’s Garden

Flowers…Monet’s Garden

I can’t imagine being there when all of the trellis structures are full of flowers and everything is maturing.  This is just the beginning.

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Bamboo and boats…Monet’s Garden

Everywhere you look, you see beauty.  As Monet painted less and less he spent time in his beloved garden…sitting on benches, digging in the dirt and planning, always planning.   His garden was a huge part of his life.

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Flower from Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France

Monet’s Garden is truly wonderful.  My advice is to go toward the end of the day, before they close the Garden, so you’re the last ones to get in.  That’s what we did and there were fewer people and no … Continue reading

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Flower from Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France

A most enchanting place.

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