Monday, July 18, 2011

Posy Walk

 Persian Market daylily hanging out with lavender and oregano flowering in the background

This new rose Pink Traviata is already a favorite

Forever Summer hydrangea's starting

I love this salvia, but it barely survives our winter and never gets very robust
 Hollyhock dolls and my little garden helper =)

Summer is moving along quickly and I am trying to savor every moment.  Next post we are going on a road trip, and finally leave my garden for a change =)


Vee said...

Your garden looks so lush and well cared for. Just lovely in every single way. I adore those "creamsicle" looking lilies. I think about food a lot. :D

The grandgirlies are growing up so fast. They look a bit perplexed by your camera being out. I've taken to using the zoom so my grands won't know I'm up to anything. Otherwise, they say "cheese" in unison.

If you've not been on your road trip, have great fun. If you already have been away, I'm looking forward to seeing the pics soon. No pressure, though. No pressure.

Sassy Granny ... said...

Barefoot babes and bountiful, beautiful flowers: what a combination!

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

Beautiful blooms over there! I'm glad summer has arrived in your part of the world. We are still waiting!

Great photos of the girls in the garden!

Just a little something from Judy said...

Wow!!! If I was your neighbor I would bake something for you everyday in hopes that maybe you would share some of your gorgeous flowers with me. Really I would:) Your little helper is precious!

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

You have such a pretty and lush garden...I always enjoy the glimpses you share with us here!

Gwendolyn said...

Such beauty! It comes with great care and your garden AND family appear to be well-cared-for! Just lovely!

podso said...

I can't get over how green and lush your grass is--perfect backdrop for that adorable little granddaughter strolling across it! Hope you have a good time away.

Anonymous said...

Hello, Just found your wonderful blog your flowers are wonderful. I want a graden like your so can you please tell me what flowers you have and if they would do well in the Pittsburgh area? I want to save up for the winter do they rebloom from over the winter? colors ect. I know ive asked alot but this is breath taking,

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Barbara said...

Don't the little ones grow quickly. Your garden is lovely and I still remember when you were just planting it.

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