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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

It won't be long now...

I was trying to "organize" the photos on my computer today...  well, it took forever because all I wanted to do was look at my garden pictures!  This activity made me VERY READY for spring and summer!!!  So as we are counting down the last few weeks of winter, here's a little something to help you get in the mood for warm weather and growing things!

 
This is a gorgeous Talavera pottery pot that my husband got me for our anniversary several years ago.  Yummy colors!

Dogwood... spectacular!  

Patio pot.  Loved those coral geraniums!

Mixed coleus.  Everybody competing to be the prettiest in the pot!

Ahhh...  Red Ribbons daylily... one of my favorites.

My all time favorite daylily...  Classy Cast.  I have a zillion pictures of her!

This is Mynelle's Starfish.  It's hard to tell here, but this lily is huge - the earliest ones to bloom are dinner plate size! 


Mass begonias in a pretty pot. 

Early spring... a wonderful pink iris...  up close and personal.  Mother Nature is quite an artist.

This is Ladyfingers.  Very tall and elegant.  That is Pink Embers in the background.

Hmmm...  can't remember who this is...will have to research this!

Little Pink Puffs all lined up in a row.  I love these.

Scarlet Orbit.  These usually produce many blooms at a time so it makes a very showy display in the garden.

I wish I had a photo of the sky yesterday afternoon - there were thousands of geese, wave after wave of them, flying in formation - headed north!!!  And then today I got my first garden catalog in the mail!   So can spring be far behind??  I don't think so!

Have a great day. 

3 comments:

  1. Oh my.......what lovely shots, and I'm just drooling for spring and getting outside. Yes! We are on the same wavelength.....this is my first attempt at granny squares. I don't think I'm linking them properly, and will probably take them apart and start over. Tried to learn on-line, but it was too hard to watch the video with foot elevated and crochet at the same time. I'm going to link your blog to mine right now!
    ox
    dulcy

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  2. Amy...am enjoying your wonderful photos! I am gearing up to do my blog! All last nite I dreamed about it!! I found a wonderful book to help get started...how did you get that great color..."wallpaper"??? I am SO green!!! Guess it is one step at a time!!!♥

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