Thursday, September 15, 2011

David Austin Roses

Can never get enough of them! All these were grown in our own garden at Hillhaven.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Kaleidoscope Gardens of Paris

Late summer city gardens in Paris – painted with an Impressionist's brush of faceted annuals and perennials.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Paris Flower Markets

Summer in Paris brings an abundance of blooms to the street markets, fleuristas and upscale floral boutiques. We've just returned from our second trip to the city in as many months and it was a delight to photograph so much color and beauty! A collection of our Parisian floral images are now live on our website here.

At Au Nom de la Rose (locations throughout Paris), rose petals strewn on the floor are part of the regular decor.

Hope you enjoyed this little tour of the fabulous floral markets in Paris. Be sure to see the whole collection here!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

French Country Summer

Blue doors. Roses. Ancient stone. We were pretty much in heaven in the French countryside in early June.

Serendipity in the form of a small local guidebook led us to a private garden gem on our way to Mont Saint Michel.

I'm kind of surprised we came home at all!

Our complete collection of hundreds of French country garden images will be online in a few weeks. Until then, we hope you are enjoying summer days in a beautiful garden!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Fields of French Poppies

Yes, they exist, just as in an Impressionist painting! We stopped to photograph these on the road to Giverny from our village in Picardy.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

French Garden Symmetry

We've just returned from touring Picardy and Normandy in France, as well as visiting Paris. Beautiful weather, incredible gardens and wonderful people. Here is a sneak peek of the stunning terraced gardens at Chateau de Brecy.

Elements of French and Italian garden styles create interesting views from every angle.

It was a challenge finding the chateau, even though it is just off the main road to Bayeux. Even locals in the village two miles away hadn't seemed to have heard of it!

The full collection of images will be posted in the library soon. In the meantime, do contact us for more information.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Summer Markets

It's that time! See our collections of summer market images here and here and here!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Spring Blossoms and Teacups

There's something delightful about botanical teacups!

All styling and photography © Georgianna Lane for Garden Photo World

Friday, May 6, 2011

Gardens of South Carolina

Here's a sneak peak at more of our images from the beautiful gardens of South Carolina!

All images, design and text © Copyright 2011 Georgianna Lane for

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Ranunculus Studies

I can't seem to get enough of the wayward charm of these wonderfully entertaining flowers! They aren't readily available here in the Northwest so I special order them at this time of year and then go a bit crazy photographing them. See the latest images here!

Friday, April 15, 2011


I was fortunate to visit Charleston in early April, blessed with perfect weather and the city looking its most charming with spring bloom, freshly-washed blue skies and welcoming smiles from everyone.

The city's garden tours were in full swing, with enthusiastic visitors clutching maps and criss-crossing the streets of the historic district – Meeting Street, Church Street, Tradd and Water – all the while dazzled by the colorful and exuberant displays in every garden and under every window.

I'm still processing the many hundreds of photos I took during that week but I was so taken with the marvelous window boxes that I've put together a feature collection just of those images. Here are a few and the full collection is here.