Friday, April 9, 2010

Finding Beauty while Flaunting my stuff Friday ~

It's Friday.. sounds magical doesn't it .. it's Friday, Friday, Friday woo hoo it's Friday ....

Today I am joining Miss Claudia @ Dipity Road for Finding Beauty Friday's and Miss Tootsie @ Tootsie Time for Flaunt your flowers Friday

I was surprised to find my Cherokee Rose blooming last night. I had just looked at it a few days ago and it only had a few buds that looked like they may open by the weekend. I guess those high 80's and 90's we had this week helped her along. I love this rose mostly because my daddy rooted and gave it to me but also because it is beautiful and Georgia's state flower. It looks pretty with my white wisteria on the fence.


Yellow Lady Bank Rose


The top picture of the wisteria is on my neighbors side of the fence. I think her side is prettier this year.




White, yellow lady banks and spiraea coming down the driveway on both sides of the fence




Bridal Wreath Spiraea


White Lady Banks

Come on along to see what all the other wonderful bloggers have to share today !



I will be sharing more of The Savannah Home and Garden Tour next week so make sure you come back don't want you to miss any of it ..

Have a wonderful and happy Friday!
Hugs ya'll, Cherry

18 comments:

  1. I am loving your roses. Stunning color and they are so full. Have a good weekend.

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  2. I never even heard of white wisteria! It. Is. Gorgeous! I just love all your pale flowers, white and cream and yellow. So pretty. It must be beautiful in the evening.

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  3. Just gorgeous! My Lady Banks is blooming too :)
    *hugs*deb

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  4. I would proudly flaunt these stunning beauties too, Cherry, especially the wisteria that I covet. Happy, happy spring!

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  5. Beautiful photos of beautiful flowers in bloom. Can't wait to see more photos of the Savannah Garden Tour!

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  6. How beautiful! The wisteria is superb!

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  7. aloha,

    everything looks gorgeous this friday, i love those lady banks they are so effortless and give so much volume, your garden looks beatiful.... thanks for sharing

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  8. OMG girl I want your white wisteria. How gorgeous and is she loaded down. I have been falling in love with those Bridal Wreath bushes as I have saw them in blogs. Just beautiful.

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  9. Your flowers are truly unique! Thanks for sharing them here, paula from idaho

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  10. Wow, wow, wow! amazing flowers and pictures. Love them

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  11. My favorite is Lady Banks. When I visited Savannah I noticed this in many gardens. Had to bring one home. This past winter, I lost it.

    I shall have to enjoy her beauty in your lovely pictures.

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  12. That wisteria is so gorgeous..the rose is also!!! Loved all of your blooms!!!

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  13. oh how badly I want a wisteria!!! desperately!!! wow..how pretty! your whole flaunt is gorgeous...but I am stuck on the wisteria!!! I have one...it is 5 years old almost...and it is only 6 inches tall....so I am very jealous indeed!!!!
    have a great weekend and thanks for linking in this week

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  14. You have such wonderful white yummy flowers -- Im jealous! Great captures.

    Thanks so much for sharing with us on Friday Finding Beauty-- you nailed it!

    Claudia

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  15. The wisteria is absolutely gorgeous! I loved your Savannah tour. That is one place I've always wanted to go. I wish we had gone while we lived in Alabama because now that we are in Indiana our trips to the south revolve around family visits.

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  16. Your header photo dazzled the pants off me and then the gorgeous white wisteria sent me into a tail spin. Why do you get all the pretty blooms and I'm left with daffodils? Just kidding. My day is coming....maybe not until July...but it's coming.

    donna

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  17. That's just gorgeous, Cherry! You have wonderful taste in plants, and to see these combined as you have done is lovely. :) (It doesn't hurt that I adore the Cherokee Rose -- usually see them only in the wild -- and Lady Banks *and* wisteria. Of course I think your taste is excellent. ;)

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  18. Love the rose pictures!
    You two enjoy your gardening.
    Isn't it nice spring has sprung!
    GR

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hugs, Cherry

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