Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Garden Joy

Pierre deRonsard in second flush

Gallipoli Heath - tough and reliable

A beautiful Sedum, forget the name of this one, but has darker leaves.

These always make me happy - small chrisathamum

Vinca - about to bloom

. . . and one of my "favs" Just Joey - second flush.

She spoke beautifully and from the heart, and the crowd was pleased.

Her work is exquisit!
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Susan said...

I always enjoy your posts, your beautiful photos hardly need words.

millefeuilles said...

Hello Annie!

There's so much here to gladden our hearts! I smiled a broad smile when I saw your first picture: Pierre Ronsard is our local poet and every year we visit the priory where he spent his last years. There is an amazing rose festival held there in May. Those delightful Pierre Ronsard roses grow pretty much everywhere around Tours where we live.


Happy Day to you!


FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Pierre Ronsard is a beautiful rose, and the rest of your blooms are lovely. How nice to have all of that growing in your gardens and to be able to enjoy them every day.

Wonderful quilting.

Have a great day ~ FlowerLady

Ozjane said...

Lovely photos,as usual. Also love Just Joey and have a couple and thought I had bought another by mistake but it is Julia's Rose which I adore. In a pot now but hope to get it in the ground next year.
Have you had a good garden year? Only really flourishing thing here are zucchini. birds got all the fruit, ate it green on the tree, never like that before.

Muddling Through said...

On a gray and rainy day in Houston it is a delight to see all your beautiful flowers looking so happy! The quilting is gorgeous!

Quiltedtime said...

So nice that you and I enjoy the same beautiful blossoms. Always a treat.

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