Monday, June 27, 2011

Garden Blooms!!!!

My gardens are full of color and blooms. Let's go for a walk and see what's blooming......

Woodside Ruby Daylily


Strawberry Fields Forever Daylily, I love the color and lacy edges!!!!


Stella Doro Daylily


Sun Flowers


Cone Flower


Hydrangeas


Hydrangeas.....one of my favorite's since childhood!!!!


We always called them snowballs........


I took all of the Hydrangea pictures from my office/dining room open window.
The light was perfect, I have no idea how the background got sooooo dark, but I love it!!!!!


Potted tomato plants on the deck with lot's of baby tomatoes!!!!

Tomorrow I am going to take some "yard" pictures, so you can get a feel for how it is all set up and where everything is. The individual blooms are always prettiest!!!!

13 comments:

  1. Hydrangeas have always been a favorite of mine as well.

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  2. Beautiful flowers! I'm heading out to deadhead - I'll probably be almost "dead" when I come back in - hot and humid today!

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  3. LOVE your coneflower photo. needs to be added to your sidebar me thinks!

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  4. Eye candy so good they're fattening!

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  5. A beautiful flower series...that makes me want to visit your garden. I hope you show us the tomatoes and those plants as they grow larger.

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  6. Beautiful! I love hydrangeas too but sadly they don't grow where I live. You have a pretty variety of flowers.

    Danielle

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  7. Thanks for the invitation to join you on this walk.I love flowers,all shapes,sizes and colors.

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  8. Oooh, so many bright, beautiful blooms in your garden! Love the little tomatoes too. A most sunny, wonderful post!

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  9. Everything looks wonderful, Debbie. My tomatoes are growing, but not near as big as yours. Jealous!! :)

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  10. Beautiful flowers. The coneflower is my favorite.

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  11. Really enjoyed the walk around your garden. Absolutely beautiful blooms :D)

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