Tuesday, June 7, 2011

This Week In My Garden - June 7, 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.


'Bill Warriner'

'Brigadoon'

'Gold Medal'

'Iceberg'

Acer palmatum var. dissectum - Threadleaf Japanese Maple 'Atropurpureum'
Gunnera perpensa - River Pumpkin Gunnera

'Perfect Moment'

'Rainbow Sorbet'

Kniphofia uvaria - Red Hot Poker

'Redgold'

'Stars 'n Stripes' - miniature

'Sunset Celebration'

Lavatera maritima - Tree Mallow 'Bicolor'

'Voodoo'

'Yellow Butterfly'

'Zitronenfalter'

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.
Please remember to link back to The Little Round Table, if
you need help linking back just let me know.

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
Links from May 31st - #42 - #57

17 comments:

  1. You have so many amazing bilder.Underbara roses you have in your garden! It is difficult to choose a favorite. You have so many that I like. I wish you a great week! Zinnia

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  2. Your roses are beautiful but it is that amazing Japanese Maple that caught my attention this week. I love burgundy foliaged plants, especially when they are contrasted with chartruese. Lovely!

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous! I soooo love roses. I'm quite excited as I just planted my first in two years - a Mr Lincoln rose bush. There are so many delightful ones, but I really do think they are the most fragrant roses. What do you think? Anyway, thanks for a lovely visit for Rednesday!

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  4. If I had a garden like that, I would probably sleep in it. Simply gorgeous.

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  5. That Rainbow Sorbet is a dazzler!

    COLOR DILEMMA

    Yellow or red—which shall it be?
    Red for you and yellow for me?

    Perhaps you’d rather have yellow instead—
    Which leaves me, of course, with handfuls of red!

    Whichever hue you decide to choose,
    I’ll take the other—no one will lose!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Flag over USS Arizona

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  6. What a lovely colorful garden!

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  7. The colour in your photos is so vivid. Great shots. I can almost smell the rose and as they say...that is a good thing.

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  8. Cool photographs. You really have a great garden and the click are equally beautiful. :)

    Shilpa

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  9. What beautiful flowers and wonderful photos.
    Nice music, too.

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  10. Your garden is gorgeous! That Japanese Maple really stands out!

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  11. Feel like I've just taken a stroll thru the most lovely garden...wow! Thanks for sharing,and happy White Wednesday!

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  12. Beautiful garden walk!! I can't imagine seeing all those amazing roses at one time! I have a few, but need to think about what I'm doing wrong. The leaves are strong, but it's not flowering. Doesn't help the deer at the flowers and buds last year. So I moved and replanted them. Might be a 'shock' year ... maybe better next year?

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  13. Oh what Beautiful Blossoms ~ I sure wish I could smell the Roses..... that Red & White one is Wonderful~

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  14. Thanks you all for coming to stroll through the gardens this week!

    Kaye - Mr. Lincoln is indeed heavy on the fragrance scale!

    Christie - Try some of the Bayer ALL IN ONE, that's really the only rose product I use anymore. Yes, deer could be the problem and the shock of transplanting can slow them down, but shouldn't keep them from blooming completely. Try the Bayer product, I've had great success with it.

    Candy

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Thank you for your lovely comments.

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