Friday, May 11, 2012

Just a few pictures of what's blooming in the yard

The daylillies have just stared blooming

my beautiful Niobe Clematis


four o'clocks

Argentina sky Salvia

Silver Moon Stokesia

new roses Thrive

Candy corn and a hardy begonia


more tiny roses

Have a wonderful weekend everyone .. 
I apologize for not visiting or replying to emails and promise 
next week life is going back to normal around here 
and I will be coming to see what's blooming in your neck of the woods..
hugs ya'll Cherry

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers..good photos..Have a wonderful weekend

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  2. Oh Cherry, you are so lucky to live where you do and enjoy all those beautiful flowers! Our season is so short, I spend more time in florist shops seeing flowers like yours than I get to spend in my own garden! I would love it if you would share with us at Farm Fresh Friday! Flowers like these should be enjoyed by the masses!! Have a great weekend!!

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  3. The Roses are spetacular, and I do love that gorgeous Salvia. Fabulous blooms today.

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  4. You have beautiful flowers blooming in your garden, Cherry.

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  5. Love the white Stokes Aster! Is that a variegated hydrangea? Your garden is a little ahead of mine. We have been having some perfect weather...cool nights, warm days and some rain! What a fab spring!

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  6. All those little red roses are just so pretty Cherry. I really like that Silver Moon Stokesia of yours. Beautiful! Have a lovely weekend!

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  7. I love all of that wonderful colour, Cherry!

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  8. All looking good at your place. Enjoyed the Hidden Garden tour pictures alot. Hugs, Carol

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  9. Cherry, are you sure the picture you put up of the clematis is a Niobe? Doesn't look like the niobe that I used to have at former home.

    Your roses take my breath away. I love all the tours and gardens you share with us. I never realized Savannah had so many private/public gardens. We've got to make that trip again in the Springtime. We were there last in Dec. 2000..It is one of our favorite places to visit.

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    1. Miss Betty I went back and checked and my tag and a Google search says it is Niobe .. So glad you are enjoying the tours.. hugs, Cherry

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    2. I had Niobe at my former home and it was a slow grower, is yours? I just didn't remember the center of mine looking like yours..I remember it's flower reminded me of a velvet dress a lot of ladies might wear during the Christmas holidays. We finally dug it up and discarded it. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful pictures. They makes me feel I'm right there in your gardening around looking at all your beauties in person.

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  10. For some reason, not all of your photos are loading for me. Probably my DSL connection. Anyway, of those that I can see, you've got a lot going on already. I love that stokesia!

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  11. So many beautiful flowers in your garden, Cherry! Love the white stokesia. I've never seen a white one before - so pretty!

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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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