Thursday, May 29, 2008

How does my garden grow?

There are 3 flower beds in my front yard. The first few shots in the slide show, starting at ground cover until you get to Garden starting to come in are in the very front bed by the street. Then the show switches to the garden out my office window and then to the garden by the front door. Then you go to the backyard with the lilac & the veggie garden shots.



Of course it is still very early and things aren't quite all in yet. But we're expecting a nice turn out soon!

12 comments:

  1. I <3 lilacs. I would rather receive a boquet of lilacs than a dozen roses. Seriously.

    Do you think I could grow a bush in a pot indoors?

    Your photos are gorgeous... and the bunny one made me laugh!

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  2. those pictures are amazing! i love summer! not the humidity, but the lovely flowers that start popping up everywhere! :)

    man, once those strawberries take off, you can charge a pretty penny for 'em! :)

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  3. I like the flowers infront of your door. The yellow things. They grow really well here in OK.
    The flowers look good. I hope my stay as pretty as yours.

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  4. The irises are beautiful. My grandmother has some of the best purple irises - and so many of them!

    I, of course, kill most everything I touch.

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  5. What a sweet garden! It's so organized! I envy your clematis. :P

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  6. It's going to look so beautiful once it's all blooming. You're so lucky to have such a pretty flower garden.

    Kailani
    http://islandlife808.com

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  7. Your flowers are pretty, the veggie garden sounds great and the greeter at your front door is so cute!!

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  8. Aww....I want a flowerbed! I have some flowers in pots outside, and they seem alright thus far. I have long underestimated my need to grow things. Living on Cold Mountain is not the ideal spot for a grower...

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  9. your gardens are beautiful!!! I could never grown half of the stuff you have growing there, look forward to seeing more pictures soon!

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