Tuesday, June 13, 2006

FLOWERS, FLOWERS, FLOWERS

I've been so intrigued by the pictures that people have posted of their yards, I decided to go out and take some pictures of some of the flowers in my yard.  That first picture is not real clear but that little miniature rose bush is loaded with the most beautiful little roses right now.  At one time I had as many as 50 miniature rose bushes but over the years they have succumbed and I'm now down to only 3 of the little jewels.  They are really my favorite type of rose as the can be planted in planters and easily moved around the yard. 

Well, that's all for tonight.  It's just about time to head down the hall with my book and my kitty.    Until next time...........Linda

14 comments:

ally123130585918 said...

Morning Linda the Roses are lovely I do like those little minature ones ~ you do have lots of different flowers they are so pretty ~ Ally

jeadie05 said...

Your flowers are lovely Linda ,I especially like your french lavender no 5......Jan xx

mastersblynn said...

Pretty!!!! Thanks for sharing! Barbara

jlocorriere05 said...

You have such a colourful garden there Linda! I love looking at flowers, they're just so pretty! Jeannette xx  

sugarsweet056 said...

Beautiful flowers! TY for sharing. :)
Hugs, SUGAR

astoriasand said...

You have a wonderful collection of flowers,why NOT!!!!!  show us all,they are beautifull,take time out more to show us them.be rewarded with lovely comments for all your hard work.Your Fushia is beautifull too,I love fushia's.Yes container plants are realy nice, as you can move them out of full sun into the shade,when ever they need it,which is what I like about them.I laugh!!  each time you say back yard.A back yard in England, being usually a space of any sort ,at the back of the house,in drab concrete.LOL!!!!!!!keep up the good work.I realy enjoyed that colourful display.
Regards Astoriasand.

yakima127 said...

So pretty!  Hope you enjoyed your book!  Jae

labdancer51 said...

Hi Linda,  Thank you for sharing your lovely flowers with us.  I love the orange coloured rose and the trailing fuschia.  It`s nice to see the results of other people`s gardens.  :o)

Sandra xxxx

barbpinion said...

thanks for sharing your flowers with us. Flowers are one of my favorite things.
Barb- http://journals.aol.com/barbpinion/HEYLETSTALK
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mkolasa101 said...

Beautiful flowers Linda, you must have a lovely yard.  Enjoyed your BIO, you were born the same year as me and you graduated the same year I did.  Guess we've got something in common.  I'll be checking back in on you soon.

Blessings to you,

Marlene- A Poets Point of View

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fisherkristina said...

Love the fuscias and the pansies the best.

Krissy at Hope Lodge
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sugarsweet056 said...

Making my rounds through J-land, wanted to stop & wish you a happy wkend! :)
Sugar

robinngabster said...

Wow!  You have got some real beauties!!  I love them.

queenb8261 said...

What a lot of lovely flowers you have!! The hanging basket, Number 4...is that what is also known a bleeding heart plant'? They are all just gorgeous.  You do have the weather for those kinds of things up there though!
Have a sunny Sunday! Barb