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

'Cabana'

'Chinatown'

'Daybreaker'

Day Lily

'Delaney Sisters'

'Eden'

'Endless Summer' Hydrangea

'Evelyn'

'Flutterbye'

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

26 comments:

  1. Vilka helt underbara bilder! Den första bilden bilden med Arctic Queen Clematis så vacker. Men du bjuder på så mycket ögongodis. Den ljuva rosen Eden... Det är spännande att se vad som växer i din trädgård. På en plats i lång bort världen. Önskar dig en jätteskön vecka! Zinnia

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  2. Vet inte om jag gjorde rätt och lade in en länk för denna vecka. Men länken från den förra veckan ligger kvar. Vänliga hälsningar Zinnia

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  3. Good Morning Zinnia!

    I am using the same collection each week so that we can follow how our gardens change from week to week. Thanks for linking up again this week.

    Candy

    Links from May 10th - #1 - #13
    Links from May 17th - #14 - #26
    Links from May 24th - #27 - #42
    Links from May 31st - #43 -

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  4. All of your pictures are wonderful but the Gunnera, so perfectly positioned against that lovely wall and iron work is sensational. They are such amazing plants, you are fortunate to have the space to put one. Thank you for hosting

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  5. I am so enjoying your weekly garden updates. Your flowers are gorgeous! I am also having fun meeting the flowers which seem to emerge weekly in our yard (planted by previous owner). I never know what the new stalks are going to turn into, and overnight they surprise me with such fascinating blooms. This week it's lilies (I hope that's what they are :) Thanks for providing this linky party.

    Mary

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  6. Candy, how fun to follow your garden each week. Thanks for hosting this new meme. Your flowers are truly incredible. The Gunnera is new to me. I'm off to research this plant to see if I might add one to our garden. ~ Sarah

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  7. Wonderful photos!! Happy Outdoor Wednesday!!

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  8. I love your shots! This posts makes me wanna beg my husband to send me a bouquet of white calla lilies right now because I feel like I'm committing adultery on my favorite flowers! Hahahah!

    Check out my bonding boys on my WW entry this week!

    http://www.mommieontop.com/2011/06/ww-003/

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  9. Lovely flowers in bloom in your garden. Wow!
    Joyce M

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  10. Very Pretty Post! Eden is my favorite photo...i host a gareden party on Thursday's - would love to have you link up too! xoox, tracie

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  11. How stunning, the daybreaker is so lovely!

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  12. Love that Gunnera.
    I wonder if that would grow in Michigan.

    You flower colors are gorgeous!

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  13. Your photos are gorgeous and the flowers are even more gorgeous. Linda

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  14. Another lovely stroll through Happenstance. I especially love seeing the hydrangeas, a favorite of mine, and the gunnera, something new to me!

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  15. Your flower collections in the garden are tremendously beautiful. They are fascinating.

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  16. Wow! Those are gorgeous pics! Thanks for posting :)

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  17. Oh my .... more drizzly rain for the next week! Someone has stolen our wonderful Northern California climate. Soon enough the hot hot hot temps will be back I'm sure .... and hoping!

    Thank you all for coming by the garden and for all your sweet comments. I look forward to seeing what next week will bring as our gardens grow.

    Candy

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  18. These photos are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing them. Now following.

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  19. What absolutely stunning pics!!!

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  20. wow! the flowers are so BEAUTIFUL! i wish I have the same garden as yours but I'm living in an apartment. It's one of my dreams to have my own house with garden where lovely flowers and plants can grow and great me every morning~!

    thank you for sharing the photos :)

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  21. beautiful beautiful garden you have. such lovely flowers. and those large, leafy plants are just amazing! i've never seen anything like that. thanks for sharing!

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  22. Awesome! I linked you at unfitgardener.blogspot.com
    Patti

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  23. Thanks for all your lovely comments and for visiting the garden again this week.

    Patti, I don't see the thumbnail link to your blog, if you need help entering it just let me know.

    Candy

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  24. Love the Daybreaker and the Day Lily flowers. They are absolutely beautiful, eh.

    Cheers,
    Cathy@Stylish Cherokee Scrubs that will Make You Look More Feminine

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