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Friday, June 6, 2014

Sunshine Days

"Dirty hands, iced tea, garden fragrances thick in the air and a blanket of color before me, who could ask for more ?"
~Bev Adams, Mountain Gardening
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 







 

 

17 comments:

Marielle Collins said...

Beautiful photos, Jo! I absolutely love the man made of pots! What a great idea! :D

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Marielle: The pot person is called Beatrix Potter, she's taking a garden break and enjoying a cup of tea :)
Thank you for your lovely comments.
~Jo

rusty duck said...

Lovely Jo. Send some of the sunshine back home??

donna baker said...

My Jo, how beautiful it is there. Uber green thumb. What kind of rose hedge is that?

DJan said...

Love your pot person, and that great picture of the Master Cat. :-)

maria13corvette said...

Envious, jelous some words that come to mind when I see the beautiful flowers, the raibow of colors the beautiful nature, wish I could smell thru the computer. Thank you

Patsy said...

How beautiful and colorful.

Kay said...

I love the flower pot person on the bench.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Donna: The hedge is made from Knock-Out roses, I'm surprised to see it so prolific this year, since we are seeing "Witches Broom" disease on the Knock-Outs.
There is no cure to the virus, just dig the bush up and burn it.
~Jo

Terry said...

Your garden is charming.
Oliver looks like he's smiling in his sleep.

Anonymous said...

Oh, what a beautiful garden! I love Beatrix Potter and your cat. It's so nice to have a garden that is "peopled".

Tasha T

ann said...

Love your garden. I like the bunny.

TheChieftess said...

Beatrix Potter??? How funny!!!

Henny Penny said...

What a beautiful, beautiful place you have. I would to have a flower pot person like yours!It it so perfect for your place.

Bonnie said...

Everything is lovely!

Star said...

Oliver looks so happy. Love that cat! Your flowers are thriving. So nice to be in summertime again isn't it.

L. D. said...

Your garden is looking great. Oliver is always on duty. I like your lady having tea. She is lucky to be able to take tea in such a beautiful area.