Tuesday, May 31, 2011

This Week In My Garden - May 31, 2011 A Linky Party

Welcome to an experiment in gardening!
I'm hoping all of you will join in this weekly Linky Party and
show off your garden and how it grows.

You are invited to join me each Tuesday afternoon to stroll through
the gardens of Blogland. Show us a single image or three or twenty
or write about your garden tips or experiences.

'Arctic Queen' Clematis




Day Lily

'Delaney Sisters'


'Endless Summer' Hydrangea



Gunnera tinctoria - Chilean Gunnera

Pelargonium cordifolium - Heart Leaved Geranium

Erigeron glaucus - Seaside Daisy

'Hot Cocoa'

'Hannah Gordon'

Thanks so much for stopping by to stroll the gardens with me!

I'm joining:
This Week In My Garden - Linky Party
Easy peasy rules:
Link back to The Little Round Table within your post.

Enter a permalink to your specific post, not your general blog URL. Advanced linking options requiring that both of these rules be followed will be in place.  If you have ANY problems with this new feature from inlinkz, please just let me know. I will be leaving the original linky collection open and allowing it to build each week. 
Links from May 10th - #1 - #13
Links from May 17th - #14 - #26
Links from May 24th - #27 - #41

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Mixed Roses

Thanks for stopping by, see you again soon.

I'm joining:

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Fresh Fish

Vintage tablecloth from my Tablecloth Database
Multi-colored dinner plates - Homer Laughlin
White "Chicken of the Sea" Plates and shakers
Small fish plates, woven chargers, glassware, white lantern and napkin rings - Pier 1
Vintage Dansk rosewood flatware was a wedding gift
Napkins - Joanne's Fabrics
Homer Laughlin "Apple Tree" bowl in ivory
Yellow Lantern - Home Goods
Vintage green pitchers from my collection
Roses from my garden
Harlequin creamer in yellow (see image below for comparison to Harlequin ball jug)

Thanks so much for coming by again this week!

I'm joining:
Alphabe-Thursday at Jenny Matlock for the letter "F"
"F" is for FISH and FLOUNDER
"F" is for FLOWERS and FOLIAGE
"F" is for FLATWARE and FORK
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