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Sunday, February 15, 2009

GBBD 15th of the Month!

Bromeliad - Queen's Tears Paperwhite - Narcissus Last Camellia Bloom

Nandina Berries
Kale, Candytuft, and Pansies

Stock is getting very tired now.
Pansies

The Potting Shed is getting closer to being finished!

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29 comments:

Frances said...

Hi Darla, such springtime blooms at your place! Just wonderful! The shed is looking great, I imagine the window baskets filled to the brim with colorfull flowers later on. The wagonful of pansies is too cute.
Frances

Carol said...

It's looking quite springlike in your garden! Thanks for brightening our day with your bloom day post.

Carol, May Dreams Gardens

tina said...

Oh yes-lots of springtime at your place! Love the pansies in the wagon. What a good idea. Have a great day!

Rose said...

What a welcome sight all these blooms are! We Midwesterners are digging through the garden just looking for any sign of life right now:)

I love your potting shed!

Valerie said...

The flowers are beautiful but I want that little red wagon and the potting shed! Can I have them, please? Have a Blessed Day today!

fishing guy said...

Darla: What cool photos of you flowers and the berries. The shed is looking so pretty.

bennie and patsy said...

Your garden is looking good. The little potting shed is so cute.
Patsy

Gail said...

Hi Darla! Pretty blooms over here! Your shed is adorable...speaking of adorable. I just noticed your side photos of your small, medium and large kids! They made me smile! have a good day! gail

perennialgardener said...

I love your little potting shed Darla. It is really going to be a wonderful asset to the garden. Beautiful blooms today! :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Good Morning Girlfriend!!!! I'm sorry you couldn't get on my blog.. I had 40 comments when we got home--so apparently whatever the problem was, it fixed itself. DUH!!!! ha

I love all of your 'pretties.' The potting shed (still think it needs a name other than potting shed) is just as cutie as pie!!!! It looks like a doll house!!!! So creative and beautiful...

Hope you had a great day yesterday. We went waterfalling/hiking.. Tremendous!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Helen @ Gardening With Confidence said...

Candy Tuff - wow already. Where are you? Very nice winter display.

Rosemary said...

Darla
your shed is marvelous, the whimsy of the radio flyer filled with pansies brings a smile to me.

Peggy said...

The potting shed is looking fabulous!

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

Your flowers look very pretty! It's fun to see what is blooming in different parts of the country. Can I just say I Love your potting shed! Are you painting it?

beckie said...

It's so nice to see some pretty blooms. Nothing here yet, not even a peeking daffodil. The potting shed is look really good and I like the addiyion of the window baskets.

Sue said...

Your blooms look so pretty and cheerful, and I love how your shed turned out!

Ken Conger Photography said...

Thx for stopping by. What a great blog you have. Great series of images. Blue Skies.

Dorothy said...

Hi Darla,
Your flowers and your potting shed are looking great!! Seems like Spring there already!

Titania said...

Hi Darla, a very pretty flower show. I think you would love the Salvia Guarantica. It is a wonderful plant in all gardening aspects. If you were just a little closer I could reach over the fence and give you a cutting. Spring is in your garden. Is the Camellia a late comer?

Aunt Debbi/kurts mom said...

You have a lot going on. Love the potting shed.

Leedra said...

Your shed is really looking good.

marmee said...

hey darla, how are you? hope your neighbour thing has worked out. your shed is looking good.

Dani said...

The potting shed looks great Darla! Good job!

Jean said...

Your camellia blossom looks huge! Very cute potting shed too.

Shellmo said...

If I promise to help take care of your flowers - can I come live in your potting shed???? :-0

Carla said...

your potting shed is DARLING!! What pretty happy plants you have:)

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

Your flowers are pretty & cheerful, but it's your potting shed that blows me away! That is just great. I'd be happy to have any potting shed, but yours is so charming.

Jan (Thanks For 2 Day) said...

You have so many plants and blooms I don't know how you keep up with them all, but you certainly do have a green thumb.
That potting shed turned out to be perfect for you. I wish I could have one but our mean homeowners association would put me in prison. I highly dislike them:(

Sugarplum Cottage said...

You have some gorgeous blooms, I like that Hibiscus. I can't believe you already have this many flowers in bloom. I adore the red wagon and shed. You know that shed would be a great post for Project Friday. You must promise to post something, I just know Your very talented. Hugs, Rosemarie