Friday, May 10, 2013

Gardening Magic

This post is linked to A Cultivated Nest (CREATIVE HOMEACRE BLOG HOP). 

Here are some of my favorite garden and yard pictures taken during this past week.

Mama's Watering Can



Mama's Basket

Raised Garden Progress

There's a blossom on this tomato!

The barn.


Beautiful Weeds!

Teenie, Tiny Zinnias!

Okra Seed Starting.



On the porch.
 Blossoms:



My first Clematis bloom at the farmhouse.

7 comments:

Rita said...

Debbie, what a nice way to remember your mama. It hasn't been that long since she passed.

You do things around the yard that I can do too. I can't think of what to do but I can follow your lead and it helps me to know I can make a pretty area without a lot of time. Thank You.

Pen Pen said...

Debbie, those pic's are wonderful! Especially the watering can and yellow flowers! I have a pitiful clematis that was already here when we bought the house. It has never bloomed, and it pitifully tiny. So, after almost 8 years...LOL... we moved it to the sunshine this year. I'm crossing my fingers, because I think it wants to be a hero!

Impera_Magna said...

What beautiful photos, what lovely weather, what great plants and flowers... thanks for sharing! The photos have brightened my day... which needed brightening!

:)

Auntie M said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. I can place myself in your yard and the field nearby!

ancient one said...

Loved the scenes... Everything is pretty!!

Kathryn D. Duke said...

Lovely..just lovely!!! I have always wanted to like out in the country and have a red barn! Maybe one day???

Your mama's watering can and basket are such treasures...

Happy Mother's Day

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Your Mama's watering can in the field of flowers is such a pretty photo!

Your pot with the succulents in it is so stunning!

I planted one okra plant. I don't like okra except when it's fried and I'm trying to stay away from fried foods. But I think the plant is pretty so I planted just one!

About the artichokes - they're delicious with some lemon butter!

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