Tuesday, June 18, 2013

In The Garden

Although I'm still planting, weeding and working on designing flower beds the garden is waking up. Here are a few random shots.




















Although we complain about all of the rain it seems the garden is thriving because of it. Something good comes from everything. I hope you enjoyed this little glimpse into my garden. I'll be joining these ladies this week.

                                     Savvy Southern Style

                                    Stone Gable

                                   Ivy and Elephants

                                  Craftberry Bush

                                My Romantic Home

25 comments:

  1. Your garden is truly stunning!! Your wildflowers looks like they are in a gorgeous field. Great job!

    Cynthia

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  2. Your garden looks beautiful!!

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  3. What a wonderful mix of colors and textures! Your garden looks like it's off to a great start!

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  4. Your garden is looking beautiful, Karen! I do miss mine from our old house in NY, but I am slowly adding some plants to the beds around the condo.

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  5. Seriously!!! Ah, I have serious garden envy! Beautiful job, Karen. Now email me all your tip and tricks!

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  6. Your pictures are amazing! Is that dianthus that is tall and reddish pink?

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  7. Your pictures are just so awesome, they look like watercolors! I'm wondering what the tall, leggy flowers are with the red blooms. They look so pretty mixed in with everything!

    XO,
    Jane

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  8. You've got some gorgeous flowers, and your pictures are amazing! :)
    Susan

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  9. You are quite a botanical garden photographer. Really enjoyed seeing your beautiful garden, lots of hard work but worth it for the results. I loved all the flowers but especially the hostas. I'd never heard of hostas til we lived in KY where they seemed to grow wild, everything did. Think we only watered our yards maybe twice the 5 yrs. we lived there.
    I didn't think I'd ever say it but I miss KY, many things about it. The humidity was very hard on my health but the green and so many other things were wonderful.

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  10. All your flowers are beautiful:)

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  11. What a beautiful garden. I love those little red flowers!

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  12. I certainly DID enjoy your lovely garden pictures. You have so much colour - so nice!

    I do hope it clears up for you soon, after a good rain that sun just makes everything so green and grow so nicely! (Weeds too but why go there, right?)

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  13. Lovely gardens. I wish I could keep hosta growing. Even with snail bait, the snails tear them up around here.

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  14. Your garden is breathtaking!!...I am jealous that you can have hostas...the deer eat those for dessert around here! Have a great weekend!

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  15. Very beautiful. I love Rose Campion. I also have lots of it. Did you know there is a white one as well? Susan @ throughmyporchwindow.blogspot.com

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  16. Oh I love it.

    Hugs,

    Valerie
    Cottage Making Mommy
    www.lovingmyheartandhome.blogspot.com

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  17. Gorgeous captures in the garden. I especially love the blue!

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  18. Ciao Karen, come stai?
    Il tuo giardino è molto bello.
    Anche in Italia, nonostante il brutto tempo, l'estate ormai è arrivata.
    Buona giornata e buon giardinaggio.
    Carla

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  19. You have been a busy little photographer! Your pictures are just beautiful
    and loved looking at your post!
    Leticia

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  20. Very pretty shots -- what are those tiny red flowers and the purple, horn-shaped ones? So colorful. We've been drowning in rain here and it appears to be good for somethings but not others. It's also been gray and cool so my garden is dying for some heat and sun!

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  21. Wow, your photos are just amazing! Gorgeous flowers!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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