Thursday, January 13, 2011

January: Lurie Garden through the seasons, updated

The view northwest

January 13, 2011

May 29, 2009

June 30, 2010

July 8, 2005

October 20, 2010

The view south

January 13, 2011

May 29, 2009

October 20, 2010


Gardeningbren said...

I am so pleased you posted these photos because I do plan on visiting this garden hopefully in the coming year. Thank you for dating them..what a change through the different months. Beautiful!

Lucy Foley said...

Wow, how gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

Oh my, in Chicago! And no one has taken me there. Incredible. I will be going, that's for sure, on my next visit to see relatives. Thanks so much for posting and to Lucy Foley for alerting me.

Unknown said...

Wow! What a feast of colour, and set in a cityscape, too. The amsonia in the second photo at the paviolion (the yellow foliage) is the Perennial Plant of the Year for 2011. I'm so thrilled about that!

Rose said...

Beautiful photos, Diane, and thanks so much for posting these (along with last week's)! I was so captivated by the Lurie at last year's Spring Fling, but I've never had the chance to visit it since then. I always wondered what it looked like the rest of the year. Although the spring view is still my favorite, it does have a beautiful prairie vista all year long. Thanks again!


Beautiful. Since we went there for Spring Fling I've wanted to take a picture from the exact same spot in the Lurie once a month for an entire year. It never works because I don't remember where the spot is whenever I go back.

Monica the Garden Faerie said...

Nice! I was thinking of doing a similar post from my photos, and now I don't have too. :)

garden girl said...

Fantastic Diane! The seasonal changes at the Lurie are so beautiful, and you've done a great job capturing them.

Thanks to Jodi for the info on perennial plant of the year. I hadn't checked yet. I'm thrilled too - a native selection two years in row - wow - that's wonderful!

garden girl said...

Pretty cool Diane! I have photos in three seasons, but not from the same spots as you've done. I haven't seen it snow-covered yet in person. (just can't seem to make myself go down there this time of year.)

I really want to see the Vivian Maier exhibit at the Cultural Center - maybe that will get me to the Lurie too.

Dar said...

The Lurie garden looks fantastic. I have only driven through Chicago once when I was a mere teen, but now that would be daunting to me. But a garden as wonderful as this would make it so worth the trip from north WI. WoW! Thanks for sharing...what's the purple? It's beautiful.