Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Bloomin' Tuesday

Enjoy a stroll through the garden today.




































Enjoy this first day of summer!
Blessings be...


14 comments:

  1. What on earth is that furry thing? Pretty in a way, but still yuck.

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  2. visiting from Bloomin' Tuesday. Loved traveling through your garden. It's beautiful with its lush, vibrant colors!

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  3. Loved the stroll, lots in bloom in the garden. The morning glory about to unfurl is so pretty

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  4. Jane-It's a caterpillar we found a few nights ago. It got wet with the sprinklers this morning. Stay turned for an upcoming post.

    Suzanne-Thank you so much! Glad you could stop by!

    Rosemary-Hi. I love morning glories!

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  5. You have such beautiful plants. Some I have never seen before. I am a new follower. I want to see what else you have going on. Ginger:)

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  6. What a great idea to grow morning glories up a shovel!

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  7. Even in this heat a stroll through your garden was an enjoyable treat. Love the shovel and vine up against the house...clever idea!

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  8. Wonderful stroll thru your garden. You take amazing photos and are a great addition to Bloomin' Tuesday! Jean

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  9. Great photos. Love your blooms!

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  10. Loved taking a stroll through your garden! What is that plant with the red petals and yellow centers? Stunning I am a new follower. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  11. Ginger-Welcome! There is more to come!

    Zoey-It's actually a kid-sized shovel.

    Happier Than a Pig in Mud-Aren't those stripes something?

    Susan-Thank you! The shovel has a broken end, but it works for this.

    Jean-Thank you for your kind words.

    Bet-Thanks!

    deborah-Welcome to Maple Hill! I think the flower you are referring to is the native milkweed. It is a host plant for the monarch butterfly.

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  12. I hadn't seen the shovel! I thought it was a blue birdhouse and had to go back and check it out once I read someone's comment. Clever. I like it all. I have an old rake that I'm trying to get a clematis to climb.

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