Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Garden Flowers....


and to think I almost ripped this out and threw it away

It took 5 years to start to bloom.. I'm glad I waited.

I have been doing some gardening in between Kestrel watches.

My Rose

I dug this plant up in Ohio where my son used to live...
It was growing wild along an old country lane.

It adds color and pretty pink to your garden

perfect pansy

And of course the daisy.. what is a garden without one.

Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.

To god be The Glory ~ Great Things He Hath Done


The Birdlady said...

Oh - I would love to sit in that swing and enjoy your flowers - this is the next best thing - thank you!

Bird Girl said...

So glad you decided not to give up on the clematis - it is beautiful! And when those wild red roses really take-off that will be a sight to see! Thanks for the garden tour - a lot of work. Now to enjoy!

jalynn01 said...

I wish I could sit a spell with you birdlady, on that swing too! It's my favorite 'perch' in the yard.

Thanks bird girl! The hard part of all that is sit down and enjoy! I'm trying to.

Marsha said...

Beautiful Jalynn! Don't you just love going out and discovering new blossoms each day?

jalynn01 said...

yes! Marsha:
A cup of coffee and a garden tour around the yard is a great discovery time.

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