Our Bariloche Garden in Full Bloom

December 10th, 2010 Posted in day to day, flora

Written by Shanie

Springtime was most definitely one of our favorite times of year while living in Bariloche. I have never witnessed such an immense amount of flowers blooming at the same time as is the case in the Lakes District. The rainbow of colors and floral scent to the air is a special part to the natural paradise that is within the Parque.

Loving the floral abundance of the area, I integrated native and international species into the tiered gardens that I built on our property. We just received some pictures from our Casa Principal tenants showing the garden in its third year of growth and I am very excited to share the results. It is definitely taking on a beautiful form.

Thank you Lisa and Brad for sharing the splendor…

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