…the one with all the holy crap how big is your garden, anyway?! ;o)

An update on the nature trying to kill me – it’s way better now. Whatever it was is either done flowering or dead or whatever, thank goodness. I can breathe again and I’m way less cranky! (RR is very happy about the last one…) ;o)

So…since the whining is over (for now) on to the pretty (and since you guys have had to listen to so much whining lately, you get extra pretty this week):


Not 100% sure...

(the above plant was last seen here – pretty cool, isn’t it?)

English Rose...

My roses are blooming! yay!! (I didn’t lose any roses this winter, either! double yay!!)

Another clematis...

Another clematis above and below, another peony!

Another Peony...

As always, after the page loads, if you clickety the pictures they’ll get bigger and you can click through them like a slideshow.

So, that’s all for this week, have a great weekend! I might even have some more eye candy for you on Monday… ;o)


p.s. How many of you rushed out to get your new 3G S today? ;op

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21 thoughts on “ECF…

  1. Manise says:

    Very pretty explosion of color in your garden! The pinkie lovely wee shrub is not baby’s breath as previously mis-identified by me. Looks a bit like a viburnum, but I think that’s not it either.

  2. Pretty flowers! Are those last two roses? I took a picture of the same thing that’s in your 2nd to the last picture and I sure didn’t think it was a rose.

  3. Whatever you do? No matter how pretty and white and with only a hint of scent that you are drawn closer to better figure out what it is? DO NOT smell the flowers planted outside your local market. They will stuff you up and make grocery shopping very painful…ask me how I know :).

    -fellow victim of nature…

    Mary’s last blog post..I’d Rather be Munching on Cheesey Poofs

  4. Beautiful flowers and photos! The second one takes me back to the shrubs around a townhouse we rented while my parents built a house when I was a kid. We called it Anthony Waterer, and I loved the hot pink flowers.

    Brenda’s last blog post..Time on the Patio

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