A whole lot of nothin...he he. You can come and garden any time at minexx I love sweet peas sooo much
Absolutely stunning photos Pam. Your garden is a lot more interesting than mine at the moment. :)Anne xx
Oh so pretty Pam! Those photos are gorgeous! Your garden is looking beautiful! I love spring in the garden!!! x
Hi! What's going on is... autumn... colours changing.... the sweetpeas have had it, they just stopped, hydrangeas fading, hostaleaves turning to yellow and brown....I'll enjoy spring in your garden while autumn enters mine.Love poppies! Great to see them popping up. Beautiful pictures!Bye,Marian
Yah yah! I love Spring. I am so happy todat!
I do wish we were coming into Spring too. Our winter lasted so long last go around that we are loathe to welcome the cooler stuff just yet. (Although autumn is usually my favourite season).Your garden flowers are beautiful! I can almost smell them.
I love Spring! Your garden looks fabulous. Unfortunately, I don't have time to tend mine so only the tough survive.
Hi Pam....sorry to say NOTHING much is going on in my garden..It is still in neglect from the years of drought here in Melbourne...Oh well...shall get there one day...WOuld love to have a garden like yours!!ps..up to GC tomorrow but flying into Brisbane..so shall get mr B to take me to the WAC before heading back to GC...YEAH!!~~xx andrea
Stunning flowers!!! You lucky girl!I've got nothing much in my yard as we are renting :( So I'll just have to keep coming back to your blog to see your pretty flowers!!
Your garden just looks magical with the raindrops adorning your flowers! No such adorableness in my garden today, sadly.
You have a lovely garden - Larkspur always reminds me of the first Nancy Drew book I read something about Larkspur Lane!Have a beautiful day!Lindabeachside cottage
Lovely photos Pam, what do we have ? the first day of Autumn, conkers in little prickly coats falling from a great height, very painful :)Cate x
Your pictures are beautiful and look like they should be framed! I love your blog header. It is very magical. x
Hi Pam, your pictures are breath-taking! I just love all the colors and the delicate details. It has me longing once again for a flower garden. When I lived in California I had a lovely rose garden and just about every other kind of flower I could think of. I could stick anything in the ground and it would grow. We moved here to Georgia a few years ago and now live out in the country. Our house is surrounded by a beautiful 100 acre forest of pine trees and live oaks, dripping with Spanish moss. The weather here is very hot and humid in the summer and only the hardiest of flowers can survive the heat, bugs, bunnies and deers! We do have lots of wildflowers in the spring though, scatterings of blue and yellow all along the sides of the roads. There are many farms nearby and I enjoy watching as the various crops grow and are harvested. Right now the cotton is about six inches tall and is covered in little pale flowers. It will bloom sometime in November. It is so beautiful, one of my favorite times of the year with all the fields, puffy white and looking as if they are covered in snow! But...I still...do miss the flowers. You have a beautiful blog. I hope you have a wonderful weekend ahead. Delisa :)
Hello! Nothing happening at the in between house! Adore your lovely flowers and photographs. Really like the new banner too! Mx
Oh I love your photos...they are divine!! Your garden is beautiful..aahhh Spring...love.Kiss Noises Linda
Oh, what lovely pictures. The flowers are gorgeous, it would be nice to be spring again. We still have a few pretty flowers hanging on. I am now looking forward to the colorful fall foliage.
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