Sunday, September 20, 2015

Peg Bags

 These orange poppies have been magnificent. So crisp are the lines of the petals.
 I made a new Peg Bag for a friend's birthday, and as mine was about 16 years old and all coming apart, I made a new one for myself as well.
 Early tulips have had my heart skipping a beat - especially these frilly ones which I have a few of now.  They are really special.
 Stellata Rosea Magnolia - I hope this little tree gets a "grow on" during the next season.
 Ginger Kitten looking to pounce on other family cat!

 This beautiful plum tree was a gift from a bird poop.  It came up behind the compost, and is now a magnificent tree and especially when it is in bloom.
 The old feeder I brought from the farm is having a new lease of life as a house for beautiful tulips.  I love it!
 Little miniature lavenders at the front gate are a welcome sign in Spring.
 Split Corona Daffs have multiplied this year and I had 2 lovely clumps.


A beautiful Spring day here, and off I head into Autumn.

4 comments:

Sue said...

Gorgeous Annie, how wonderful was it in the garden this weekend? Lovely weather. Your plants are looking divine. Have to say I am enjoying not working, gives me more time to potter about in the garden.

JB said...

Feeder or Seeder? All flowers looking beautiful. Our daffodils and tulips well and truly finished. Now it is barley grass season. OMG. I thought I had it under control...it tricked me!

Chookyblue...... said...

the garden is looking gorgeous Annie..........

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

Oh, my, everything is looking so incredibly beautiful in your garden! And how nice of the bird to gift you with such a lovely tree!