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Monday, June 1, 2009

Weekend Garden Photos

We have had Sunshine for the last 3 days.....whoo hoo!! Temps in the 90's though. My plants and flowers were very happy to see some sun.
Mailbox container This is the container that the House Wren made her nest in and is now raising her babies.
Mostly shade garden up by the street at the end of the driveway.
Scarlett Beebalm, you can see part of the garden of the photo above across the driveway to the left. This Beebalm is in the Red Brick Castle Wall Garden.
A portion of the Red Brick Castle Wall Garden. Beginning to fill in nicely.
Garden up the front yard by the street.
Same garden longer view.

I finally have a Candycane Zinnia blooming....Where am I going to put these now?

Another one of my roses...........name? Lost Tag.

Mailbox container, Clematis is planted in the ground though.

Hope your weekend was full of sunshine and laughter!

29 comments:

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

We had a great weekend. Sun and 80's here. Very unusual for us, but I'll take it!
Love all of your flowers as usual. Your impaitens are so big, mine never get to be that size.

fishing guy said...

Darla: Your garden is just ablaze with so many colors, it is so special.

bennie and patsy said...

I had that rose but can't remember the name. The colors would make a lovely wedding with the bridesmaid in the dark pink. Did you get your award?
Patsy

Lois said...

Beautiful Darla! We did have some glorious weather this past weekend didn't we?

Florida Sue said...

It's all so beautiful Darla. You have an amazing garden that I envy.

Dirt Princess said...

I love the candy cane zinnia...I love any kind of zinnia! Are you clear to work now, all healed up?

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love seeing your garden, Darla. The shade garden is also beautiful.

Your unknown rose is Double Delight.. It's one of our fav's.

Thanks again for sharing your garden with us.
Hugs,
Betsy

Roses and Lilacs said...

Hi Darla, your rose is Double Delight. I always post tons of photos of it when it blooms here. Very photogenic;) Looks like Bunny Tail Grass in the pot. I grew some from seed but it's a long way from blooming. Love your Monarda, it really stands out.
Marnie

My Mother's Garden said...

Hi Darla! Come visit me...I left a gift on my blog for you. I hope it brings a smile to your face!
Your garden looks so beautiful!
~ Karrita

Deb said...

Darla,

your place is just amazing...everything looks so good...I need to buckle down and get busy around here...I've been too distracted with other things...I need to get focused..,you are inspiring..,

Kara said...

Gorgeous as always! :)

Tootsie said...

Darla...I am just in awe of how pretty your garden is! There is not one spot that is not just perfect! I also love how your photos always look soooooo good! I have to learn to use my camera..my photos always look washed out and blah
have a great week sister!

Domestic Designer said...

Your gardens are just lovely! It is sunny here today as well. A nice change from rain. Have a great day!

KaysWay said...

Beautiful gardens. Thanks for sharing.

Kay

sue said...

Darla your flower beds are just BEAUTIFUL!!! I love everything you have done, oh how I wish I had the energy of a 30 yr old because I love big full perennial beds! But thats just not something I can do anymore so I'll come by and visit yours! For as hot as you are down there, your yard looks cool and shadey, very welcoming! Be proud Darla! Oh and I had a good laugh about your husband and his "blog", oh well, LOL!, happy blogging! xo

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

You have some wonderful hot colors going on in your red walled garden.And your snapdragons are so pretty. Everything is growing in so well.

Marsha said...

Such beauty...the flowers look so bright and pretty in the sunshine. The gardens are gorgeous!

Dorothy said...

Just gorgeous! Love the candycane Zinnia and the shade garden. All are beautiful!

lynn'sgarden said...

Temps in the 90's..yikes! Your garden is full of life, too, Darla! I love the caladiums...and from past posts, I LOVE the double daylily...idea on name?..and also the white hibiscus. Thanks for touring my garden!

Donna@designson47thstreet said...

Goodness gracious! I have been missing out by not visiting your blog! what beautiful photos! Oh my! I love that candy stripe zinnia...LOVE It! I have never seen that.

I have a "bluebird box" with wrens raising a family right now!

Thank you so very much for visiting my blog today. I truly hope you will stop by again real soon!

PS... I love Bee Balm too!
Donna

Lynn said...

Hi Darla, Just droped by to see what is going on and everything looks great I love the tipsy pots this is my second year for them. I have 4 sets.. Petunia is doing great, if you go back to this post you can see how she was made.
http://lusarytole.blogspot.com/2009/05/garden-lady-topiary.html
I have been having fun with her...

perennialgardener said...

I'm so glad your garden is getting some nice sunshine for a change. After all that rain it will be growing like crazy! :)

Shellmo said...

Your yard must be 10 acres plus to accomodate all these beautiful flowers - lol!

Cathy said...

Your garden is so alive with wonderful color!!! Absolutely beautiful!!!

We have been enjoying the sunshine and working on our garden too!!! I love summer!!!

Have a wonderful day!!!
XOXO
Cathy

Rosamaria said...

It's always delightful visit your blog. Congratulations for your beautiful garden!

Teresa said...

Everything is so lush in your garden! I wish I had planted some zinnias this spring. Too hot already here.

Beautiful photos. I wish I could come take a tour of your garden.

flowergardengirl said...

Looks so pretty around your house. I do enjoy your flower tours and you have so many. Seems like a very happy place to be.

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