Heritage Rose growing in my Garden.

"Won't you come into my garden? I would like my roses to meet you!"

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Returning To My Garden

New Dawn is blooming again!
It is always thrilling to return to your garden after you have been gone a few days.  I am always amazed to see the huge changes a few days can make.
My Crepe Myrtle was in bloom.
The Passion Flower was blooming.
And the vines had grown by leaps and bounds.
The pink salvia that replanted itself is now a  gigantic size!! 
 The yellow rose bush just behind them had tons of blooms.
Abraham Darby (left) and Heritage on the right have lots of new growth and so many flowers!
And Jump For Joy!!  The thrips are gone!!
My Agapanthus was blooming all over the place.
It is also known as Lilly of the Nile.

That is one reason I love my garden. 
 Every morning I go out to see what my plants have been doing while I slept.  They always please me!

For more wonderful flowers visit Tootsie for Flaunt your Flowers Friday


  1. Oh I love your pictures of your flowers. I was thinking of doing my post on this tonight too!

  2. Jeannie your roses are just beautiful. I really like the petals on your Abraham Darby. I love your Agapanthus lily blooms. Is it a true blue or more of a purple? I love blue flower blooms.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

  3. Your flowers are all so lush and filled in. Love them! How are you doing there? ARe you close to the shore? Hope all is well with you,
    Paula in Idaho

  4. Not sure if my comment was recored - your flowers are so beatuiful and lush. I hope you are doing ok? Are you close to the shore? Take care, Paula from Idaho

  5. Your blooms are looking Beautiful! Love the Passion flower! Your garden is looking very pretty:)

  6. Hello - I just discovered your site thru the Sew Beautiful magazine. You like all the things I do! I love your garden, with the roses, angels and critters. Your sewing is very beautiful, and I am going to try to get started, as I do some doll dress sewing.
    Best regards,


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