Friday, May 27, 2011

Garden Blooms Part 2

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  1. Wow! You have to live south of where we live. It was 47 two days ago, not the normal. But it is going to be in the 90s in two days. I havn't seen many flowers yet. Yours are so beautiful.

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  2. So many pretty flowers Brandi,it just started to get warm here. So far I have Hostas Ferns and Salvia. The others are in the forming stage.I wish I had a sunnier lot, then I could grow more variety. I love your roses.

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  3. Things are coming up beautifully in your yard! Im lovin the salvia!

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  4. These look great, I need to add some salvia into my beds. I just purchased some miracle grow to add to them weekly so hopefully they will fill in really nice.

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  5. So interesting to see you have so many plants that are the same as what we have in this part of the world. The coleus is always nice I think for the coloured leaves and colour it brings to a garden. A good filler apart from flowering plants.

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  6. Your garden is beautiful! I can't wait to see that sunflower blooming. Hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day, Candace

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  7. Hi Brandi!

    You really have quite a variety of plants. Don't you just love salvia?! We have it all throughout our flower beds, too. I like that it blooms all summer.
    Hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend!
    :) ~Michelle

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  9. What beautiful flowers you have Brandi and I love the butterfly pic. :) I love it when things are fresh from the rain, hopefully not too bad of storms though, and everything feels so clean. :)
    I hope you had a wonderful weekend and enjoy your week my friend!
    XO

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  10. Beautiful flowers! Love that butterfly shot! Isn't it amazing how fast the weather can change? I can't believe how gloomy it's been around here and suddenly today it was gorgeous :) Hope you're having a great week!
    Kelle
    xx

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  11. I should take pictures of my flowers! Your;s are beautiful! I would love it if you shared this with Workshop Wednesday!

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  12. What a lovely garden! Your pictures are pretty!

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  13. You have many varieties of flowers. I have yet to photograph a butterfly. I hope to soemday. I love portulaca. It is easy to grow. I think my flowers will not look as pretty as yours because we are in such a drought this year. THanks for sharing your great pics at the Nature Party.

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