Sunday, June 01, 2008

Walk through my Garden

Would you like to take a walk through my garden with me? Many of my flowers are beginning to bloom.
Well, we all knew it would happen sooner or later. Farmer McGregor grabbed Peter Rabbits blue jacket with brass buttons as he was trying to catch him in the garden. But Peter is still there, can you find him?
There he is! Hiding behind the pepper plant!
The roses are still blooming. They usually bloom in the spring and then again in the fall.
And these daisies have been just gorgeous this year. They are in need of dividing, they are so thick.
And look what is beginning to ripen! By next week if I can get to them before the birds, we will be having homemade cherry preserves!
Last but certainly not least, I found a visitor living in my garden! If we walk very softly maybe you can see him before he wakes up and runs away.
Hope everyone has had a wonderful weekend.


Andrea said...

I enjoyed walking through your garden looking at all the beautiful flowers. Thanks for inviting me. :)

Libby said...

Thanks for the lovely walk through your garden. Gosh, I'd love to come help you harvest those cherries - they look delish *s*

Primgal55 said...

Great minds think alike - I just posted some of my garden too! Don't you just love seeing it come to life at this time of year? It truly is God's hand at work.

PS I LOVE cherries - please share some pics when they get ripe!

Hugs, Linda

Kindra said...

What beautiful flowers!! I especially love your daisies!

Thank you so much for entering my giveaway! Etsy is so much fun!

Mountain Mama said...

Your flowers are lovely, especially the apricot colored rose.
I'm glad Peter Rabbit is in your garden and not mine. He eats my beans as fast as they come through the ground.

Kelli said...

I loved the walk through your garden, Linda! The little scarecrow is too cute and I spotted Peter! :0) Your cherries are going to be so yummy!

PEA said...

Such a delightful garden you have and I'm in love with that gnome! lol I noticed when I was shopping that they've become quite popular as garden ornaments:-) Isn't it a wonderful feeling when plants start to bloom! Omigosh, how gorgeous are your roses...I planted 5 different rose bushes in my faerie garden last week so I'm hoping they do well there. Not sure if they'll bloom this year, though! xox

Mam and Lizi said...

The cherries wouldn't make it to the kitchen with me and my crew. We have been eating them raw for 2 weeks. (from the market). Dang that farmer McGregor! That was a brand new jacket! Lovely stuff, Linda.

TinaTx said...

Thanks so much for your comment. Zomig is the one triptian that I have had moderate success with. I have both the pills and nasal spray - and sometimes go through 2 pills and a spray on one headache. Sucks.(I've been through bags of samples several times before we finally ended up with Zomig) If I could find a daily med that would eliminate the constant headache, I would take it even if it still meant the occasional migraine but so far nothing has worked. I still think it is at least partly due to hormones (even if that isn't the only culprit) but the tests always come back normal.
Love the pictures of your garden. We are finally getting some flowerbeds going - we have lived here for 23 years, I guess it is about time!
Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Marie said...

I love garden tours, thanks for sharing the pictures of your garden, everything looks lovely! Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Have a great day!

Rose-Cottage said...

Hello..your flower are so nice and i love the roses...
havea nice time in your garden:O)
Belinda from rose cottage

Deborah said...

Your flowers are the picture of perfection!