Tuesday, June 22, 2010

This Week In My Garden

please come by and check out all the "outdoorsy" posts.


Feverfew


'Teasing Georgia'




'Oranges and Lemons'


No name Day Lilies








Caesalpinia gilliesii



A relative of Pretty Betsy Centranthus macrosiphon is Centranthus ruber 'Alba'


Lavatera maritima

Thanks for strolling in the garden with me again this week, see you again soon!

20 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a beautiful garden! It's like getting a wonderful narrated tour, I loved each and every photograph. Thanks for sharing.

    Nancy

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  2. I can't decide which is better the flowers or the pictures of the flowers. both are beautiful!!!

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  3. Your pictures are wonderful. They have brightened up my day. You have a great blog.
    Dianne

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  4. Feverfew! I keep calling them little daisies! Well Ma gave me some and I do look forward to them every year, thanks for the info!

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  5. A gorgeous, gorgeous flower post. I loved them all. Such a pretty garden you must have.

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  6. Beautiful pics! Although I kept looking up at your header because we have several of the same dishes!

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  7. Your flowers are beautiful! Did you use a macro lens? Your photos were also wonderful!
    Sherry

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  8. You have a very beautiful garden! The roses and hydrangeas are my favorites, but the day lilies are special!

    Outdoor Wednesday

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  9. Breathtaking! Those daylilies are gorgeous ♥
    Jane T.

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  10. Gorgeous flowers and even more gorgeous photos...fabulous job on both!

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  11. Thanks so much for all your wonderful comments!

    I'm so pleased you enjoyed another stroll in my garden this week.

    I use a Nikon D90 with the standard kit lens, still learning to use it and haven't seen the need yet to expand to a "better" lens. :-)

    Candy

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  12. Beautifull flower pictures.
    Have a nice outdoor wednesday, Annemieke

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  13. Gorgeous flowers this week~ LOVE Teasing Georgia...lucky you with all those buds! We just visited Savannah this past weekend :-)

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  14. Gorgeous flowers and photography!
    Your pink hydrangea are so pretty.
    My son has worked with the soil to give us blue hydrangea but I love them all.

    Becky K.
    Hospitality Lane

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  15. What beautiful flowers you have in your garden. I especially love the "Oranges and Lemons." Those are gorgeous. Your photo makes me want to try to grow roses again. ~Tracy

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  16. Oh so glorious!!! Your flowers are so amazing-the oranges are beautiful.

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  17. Your garden ia amazing! I love the orange-lemon roses...the pictures are a work of art. This is my first time to your blog and I can't wait for more!

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  18. I am so jealous of your garden since we are in the midst of wintery weather here in NZ! Your blooms are beautiful as is your photography.

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  19. Thanks to all of you for strolling through my garden with me this week! More to come next week, so I hope you drop by again.

    Betty - drop by here around February when we are in the midst of a winter monsoon and it won't look like this at all! LOL

    Candy

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