Sunday, January 10, 2010

Sunshine in Oz

Sending a little sunshine to all those snowed in.

a beautiful bowl of roses from my garden

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thornberry said...

Annie your garden is just superb! How you keep it looking so beautiful is beyond me - lovely.

trasha said...

thanks Annie. Given that the highest we got to today was -1.8 centigrade and the snow is starting to turn to ice, imagining somewhere the sun is actually warm and flowers are growing in gardens is balm to my soul.

Jodie said...

Annie, it all looks so happy - but who is that mystery little person?

Lizzie said...

Nice shots Annie, your garden's looking great.

WendyBee said...

Oh, Annie, thank you! I suppose I could look up warm and sunny pics anywhere on the web. But it is so much more warming to think that someone deliberating posted such beauty to cheer us in the cold and dark of our winter.
What is the purple flower? I recognize the roses and the lilies, and can almost smell them.
Thank you!

rachelmp said...

Hope you and your garden (and family!) are all coping okay with the heat. We are off for another afternoon at the pool

Jenny said...

Beautiful photos-your garden looks stunning Annie-glad everything is not frizzling in the heat-we are strugglinh here

blackanna said...

Oh, thank you, That´s what we need this morning! There is a lot of snow this morninng. And I think some of my plants are damaged :(.

Have a beautiful Sunday and enjouy the sun!

wonderwoman said...

ahh,what a lovely thought - am sooo fed up with this blithering snow - i know it looks pretty at first, but now we have the slush and ice stages going on!!! your pictures are lovely.


Stephanie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have fun with your strings. Always gorgeous photos. We could use some warmth in Ohio!!!

Winifred said...

That was nice. It's a little warmer and luckily we aren't snowed in. They seem to be keeping the main roads clear. It's a good excuse to cut down on the housework and catch up on the reading, knitting and sewing.

Muddling Through said...

Annie, your garden is so beautiful, especially those roses! I really enjoy seeing all your lush growth while mine is in hibernation! Thanks for sharing.

Kairos said...

Dear Annie,

I would like to get in contact with you regarding a picture on your blog. We on Kairos Future, a Swedish research and consulting firm ( are writing a report about garden interests among gardeners around the world. We have read a lot of garden blogs in fifteen different countries too see what is fun, interesting, upcoming etc in the world of gardening. It will now result in a report about Global garden passions. As the report is a result from the world of blogs we would like to have picture in it from different garden blogs worldwide. On your blog we have two beautiful picture one from 24th May 2009, the first picture under post “Sewjourn cactus beauty” and one from 8th January 2010, first picture under “My true love” that we would like to ask for your allowance to possible use in the report.

I would be very grateful to get in contact with you regarding this picture; my email is Of course you will receive a copy of the report when it is ready.

Best regards
Nilla Persson
Kairos Future