Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Bloomin' Tuesday

After a week of almost daily rains,
I have been one happy camper and
the garden seems to share that feeling.



native milkweed


lantana


thryallis


black-eyed susan vine




dwarf mondo grass


native mondo grass


lemon tree




with native butterfly vine


cotton plant


peanut


spider plant


holly tree


impatients
(these popped up from nowhere!)


zinnias





morning glory


unidentified vine
growing on the east rain barrel


I'm grateful that I had the rain to listen to
while recuperating.
I can't think of anything more healing.

Glad to be sharing this beautiful bloomin' tuesday with y'all.
Blessed be your gardens.

16 comments:

  1. You have many plants I'm not familiar with; the native butterfly vine sounds interesting.
    The pitter patter of rain does have a therapeutic quality to it, doesn't it? Hope you are feeling better.

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  2. Looks like a bad invasive, Old World Climbing Fern is your mystery vine. UhOh. If so. Kill it while you can.

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  3. Beautiful blooms, Daisy. I can't believe how "loaded" your lemon tree is. How nice!

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  4. Just caught up on reading some back posts...so sorry you needed recuperation time. Hope that "hard head" is healing well. (Lame joke, I know.) Being able to look out upon that beautiful, rain-soaked garden must have been a blessing.

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  5. Daisy, You have such beautiful yellows in your garden. I love the lantana! Hope you feel better soon.

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  6. Daisy your garden is a riot of colour....... agree that everything perks up after a good rain, hopefully you too.

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  7. Very pretty indeed. The unidentified vine is most interesting. Continue to feel better!

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  8. Hi Daisy,

    I very much enjoyed my tour of your gardens with the yellow blossoms. I tried to grown butterfly weed and it did well for a few years, but then I'm not sure what happened. Your zinnias are so colorful. Beautiful photos.

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  9. Daisy,

    I love all of the wonderful things that you have blooming in your garden. I particularly like the yellow blooms and your zinnias. It is too early here for them, but there is still time for me to plant them.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers

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  10. Beautiful photos! Looks like your plants are all doing fantastic!!

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  11. Daisy, everything looks gorgeous! I just love a good rain! It rained here for 4 days straight and everything is so green.

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  12. Lavender Cottage-Thank you. That's one of the thing I love about the link up. I learn what grows in other areas of the country.

    Rick-Will do. ;0)

    Sue-Thank you. Wanna come over for some lemonade?

    NanaK-You know it!

    Kat-Glad you enjoyed it!

    Beth-Thank you. I always enjoy visiting your garden too.

    Rosemary-How sweet. Thank you.

    Darla-I'm workin' on it!

    Donna-I'm a zinnia lover too!

    Yael-You have much to look forward to!

    Staci-They're like me, they love the rain!

    Kelly-Yes, it makes a world of difference! Thanks for visiting!

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  13. You have so many beautiful yellows!Your garden must look amazing in person. Jean

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  14. Beautiful blooms and great photos. I enjoy visiting gardens in other parts of the country. We have had a lot of rain here and are waitig for the sun to warm us and dry us out a little. I do love the sound of raing though.

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  15. Jean-How kind of you to say. Wish you could come for a visit!

    Sherry-Me too. Hope your sunshine comes soon.

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