Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Blooming Tuesday

Its Blooming Tuesday over at Ms. Green Thumb Jean's Blog.

Yesterday I showed this picture, which I love. Well, here it is again,as well as some more pictures from my yard this past weekend.




Peekaboo bird houses:



Mr. Sunshine catching some sun:



A garden angel and tiny Lantana blooms.



A butterfly showing off his wings:



The Zinnias are still blooming around the birdhouses.



Another color of Sunflower:



These two are in competition for the brightest pink.



Eggplant blooms! I wish I liked to eat them....



A Sweet William in the middle of a bunch of mint.



Lots of color:

12 comments:

perennialgardener said...

Pretty blooms today! :)

Impera_Magna said...

Beautiful photos, beautiful yard...

Susannah said...

Flowers are so pretty...and colorful. Love the birdhouses in the zinnias. The caladium is beautiful. Everything looks so nice.

Auntie M said...

The caladium is especially colorful. I am fond of the other shade plants, as well. And, all the photos are so colorful. You and hubby do have a special yard.

What have you done with the eggplant? A friend gave me a small one on Sunday, and Ihave not used it yet.

Here's to a great week.

~~Rhonda said...

Debbie, you have a lot of great color in your garden. I especially like the zinnias! My grandmother raised them every summer. Always a favorite! ~~Rhonda

Zoey said...

I love the caladium! What's the secret to growing it? I have tried numerous times and just can't get it to do anything.

You have a beautiful yard.

Carol said...

Your blooms are looking great and I love the caladiums. Mine don't look so perky this year for some reason :(

Becca's Dirt said...

Love your shade garden and yes it is colorful. Pretty pink hanging basket. Pretty bed of zinnias. Think I might do that next year. Garden of just zinnias. They seem to take over a garden when mixed in with the other plants.

Jean said...

Deb, Awesome photos this week! I see why you love the sunflower pic! Cute birdhouses in the colorful zinnias. Great post! Jean

ancient one said...

Those zinnias are spectacular, but the sunflower against that blue sky with all the clouds is my favorite. Beautiful blooms!!

rosesandgargoyles said...

Pretty! I like that first sunflower pic too.
Jeanni

Deb said...

Love the sunflower! Just this week I spotted a long row of sunflowers--what was unusual about them was they were low growing! I'd never seen anything like them--so beautiful. I'll have to find out that variety.

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