Thursday, April 28, 2011

A little more of our beautiful Botanical gardens here in Savannah

Today I am showing off some more of what is in bloom right now at the  
on Eisenhower Drive. 
This weekend is their First Rose Festival 
and the gardens couldn't be any prettier than they are right now.


If you have never been to the gardens stop by this weekend they will be selling roses all weekend long. Hospice Savannah is also participate throughout the three-day show with botanical photography
 by Margaret Brennan and Lewis Strickland which will be on display in the Hospice’s art gallery. 
Friday evening rose martinis will be served in the Botanical Garden’s Reinhard House
 and in the living room of Hospice Savannah.


rose martinis now doesn't that sound like fun..



and our very own Savannah Granny will also be there some through out the weekend
 so if you get the chance to stop by be sure to tell her hello..


Wishing ya'll much success and loads of fun Miss Ginger hope to see you there.


This spot is where I like to go and NOT think... 
It is so peaceful at the gardens. 
Hospice is right next door to the gardens which is the Hospice that cared for my brother
 and were so kind to my family. I find such a calmness every time I stop by


and love hanging out with the kitty's





another kitty








here kitty, kitty









and here is my favorite buddy he / she could care less what is going on around him
 till I start to leave and he always escorts me to the car to say good bye..




hope ya'll enjoyed the tour and again stop by and help support
 the show and Hospice this weekend.


Now let's head on over to
Hugs from Savannah ya'll, Cherry

19 comments:

  1. This looks like such a lovely garden to visit, wish I was close enough to come...alas, I am not. I would love to sit in that wonderful spot on the wooden bench ~ it looks so tranquil. Have a great day.(-:

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  2. What beautiful gardens. And so nice to have a garden next to the hospice - with a cat to boot! :) I'm certain many people find it calming.

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  3. Hi Cherry, Thank You for the tour of the garden and the roses are very pretty also. Thank You for stopping by have a good weekend.....Julian

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  4. Thank you for the tour Cherry. So many beautiful flowers,roses and kitties too. LOL!

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  5. Dearest Cherry ~ thank you for the gorgeous photo tour. I'm a huge lover of roses and you've shown some of my favs (Double Delight & Joseph's Coat. I appreciate you coming by today and leaving a comment on my Star Magnolia post today - I'm your newest follower :O)

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  6. What beautiful gardens. They must be such a joy to visit. Such a nice variety of plants and flowers.

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  7. This garden looks so beautiful and peaceful. I would love to visit it. And all those kitties are just adorable.

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  8. what a gorgeous place to visit!!! I too love the kitties...but those flowers....WOW!
    I wonder if my Iris's are going to show up soon...the snow just melted off of them this week...so I guess a little patience is in order...hahaha
    thanks so much for linking in to my party this week...your name in my comments always makes me smile!

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  9. Truly beautiful gardens...I love all the roses, one day hope to have many in my own garden.

    Thank you for sharing and also thank you for visiting Piglet and I today.

    Blessings Kelsie

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  10. I'd definitely be in trouble if I visited there. With the view, the benches, and the cats...you couldn't drag me back home!

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  11. Sure wish I was closer so I could see it all in person. What a lovely place. I can see how you would feel so calm there with nature around you. Thanks so much for the tour.
    I love your quote at the top. It's exactly how I feel and am going thru right now.
    Have a great weekend!
    *hugs*deb

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  12. Love your wonderful flowers! The roses are beautiful! SOrry to hear about your dad - I lost my parents in March several years ago - still hard sometimes - thanks for sharing, Paula in Idaho
    http://bucketideasforgardening.blogspot.com/

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  13. It all looks so lovely wish I could see it in person...oh well maybe on another road trip. Thank you for becoming a follower.

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  14. So pretty!! I can't say enough good things about Hospice. AND I love a place to go and NOT think:).

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  15. You have a beautiful blog, so happy to have found you via Tootsie! Gorgeous pictures :) Cheers, Jenni

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  16. What nice grounds. It does look very peaceful there.

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  17. Thanks so much for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursday's - every photo is gorgeous, what a fabulous place you shared with us THANK YOU!
    xoxo, tracie

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  18. Cherry, I haven't been to your blog in a long time. Judging from your lovely photos, it looks like summer there. We don't even have leaves on the trees yet.

    I looked at your sidebar and saw the nice picture of you and your dad. He died on Christmas Day? I'm very sorry about your loss. Your sweet memories of him will make you smile, I promise.

    donna

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  19. Cherry, Thank you so much for featuring the show. We had an awesome turnout. So many people said they didn't know we were there until we advertised this show. Thank you for your help. I was there Friday am and pm. Was really tired and let others carry on Sat and Sun. Just got my cast off and begin therapy next week. I feel like I have been set free. I always enjoy your beautiful blog. Hugs, Ginger

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Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment. It is so much fun to read everyone's thoughts on my ramblings .. I love to go blog hopping so look for me to be visiting you soon.
hugs, Cherry

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