Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Blooming Tuesday - and a Search and Find

Today is Blooming Tuesday at Mrs. Green Thumb Jean's blog.

Here are some close ups of some my blooms.

Three of the pictures contain something unusual. Can you find them?

White Hibiscus:


Impatiens with the last spiderwort flower of the spring poking its head up:

Orange Zinnia:

Lots of Zinnias!

Straight neck yellow squash blooms:

Miniature Rose Bush:

Newly potted Moss Rose:

Clematis Vine:

These three pictures are repeats from Saturday's post, but I really like them, so here they are again. Can you see how tall the farmer's corn is across the road from my house?

I'll update later today with the answers for the unusual items. :o)

*********** Most of you were right: There is a toe, a chicken and a "Dream" rock. Thanks!


Suzanne said...

Oh, that white hibiscus is heavenly. So beautiful. All your flower beds are lovely!

Darla said...

Lovely blooms, don't know about unusual but I saw a toe, a frog and a chicken.

Mom2fur said...

Oh, my gosh, your property must be so beautiful with all those flowers!
My daylilies are about to bloom. I've also got a stargazer lily coming out. But that's about it for flowers now. I had a lot of daffodils and irises, but they've faded.
For some reason, I hardly had any tulips at all this year. Guess I'll be planting some bulbs this fall!

Rhonda in OK said...

beautiful flowers Debbie!

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful! I wish I had flower beds like that in my yard!

I looked and looked for unusual things. I saw a chicken/rooster? And a toe. ;)


~~Rhonda said...

Your flowers are beautiful! I love the white hibiscus. And I saw a toe and a chicken. :) ~~Rhonda

Sherrie said...

Beautiful Garden!! They are all just gorgeous! I saw a toe and a chicken. Have a great day!!


Jean said...

Everything is lovely! Love the blooms but spent more time looking for the unusual. I saw a toe, a rooster and a painted egg. Love the shot from your house to the corn. Gorgeous! Jean

Aiyana said...

I looked hard, but only saw a toe. The flowers are so colorful! Last fall the field across from my house looked like the field you show, but this field was planted in maise. It's hard to tell the difference when it's growing.

Susan said...

Your flowers are beautiful!

Trixie said...

What beautiful flowers and yard you have! I had to laugh about the corn, though. Here in Michigan we have a saying about corn: Knee high by the 4th of July.



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