May 14, 2010

Lovely Flowers

I am thoroughly enjoying my favorite season!  Seeing the perennials make their lovely appearance and picking out new annuals to plant is pure bliss to me.  Everything is so green and lush from all the rain we have received the last couple of weeks.  Take a look...
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Linked to: Show & Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home, Creations by Kara, Flaunt it Friday @ Chic on a Shoestring Decorating

18 comments:

Debbie said...

Hi Emily, I am glad you are busy and enjoying the season....I was just thinking about you today....hope all is well. I have a few new things going on over at my blog when you get a moment check it out. Your flowers and pots look very pretty.

Frugal Home Designs said...

Your pictures and flowers are amazing. I know I complained about the snow last time, but it has snowed the last 2 days. I am just glad Lowes takes dead plants back!!!

kim said...

What wonderful clear photos. Just gorgeous.

The Blackwood Cottage said...

Love the pictures. What color!
Machelle

Dagmar said...

Those are some amazing flower photos! You are so talented!

Melanie said...

Beautiful! I have planted a few things at our new home but we still have lots to do.

Yout pictures are great too!

Sylvia said...

Your garden is so pretty....love the lambs ear.

Sylvia

sewingseeds4U said...

Your garden and photos are amazing. I love the crispness of the irises and the golden little mums...so pretty. Is Stanley a Bichone?

benchwarmer said...

what beautiful flowers. i enjoyed the stoll.

Bella said...

Hi Just followed your Blog.. You are a great photographer! Your pictures are so clear, may I ask what camera you use..

Thanks, Bella

Bonnie said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my little blog!! You have a new follower now! It is funny, my friend just gave me some perennials that she thinned out of her garden and it looked like the 7th picture you have. She always called them "lambs ear" as they are sooooo soft to the touch!! I planted them, hopefully they will spread like hers did!!

gnee said...

What a sensational garden. Your flowers are abundant and you are way ahead of us! I'm so glad you find such joy in these most beautiful of God's creations.

Jenny @ Anything Pretty said...

Love the pictures! You are a great photographer. Can't wait for that peony to bloom!

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

Emily, Those pictes are so pretty! I kept thinking, "oh, that's my favorite" and then I'd scroll down and see the next one! And those Iris's - my favorite flower. Thanks for posting!
(And entering my giveaway! woo hoo - you were first - I'd love it if you won too. :)

alissa said...

Beautiful pictures Emily! Ah, I am so ready for summer. Your peonies look just like mine. I wish they would hurry up and open, I can't wait!

Melinda said...

Drooling over your garden! Those images are breathtaking!

Londen @ Sixty-Fifth Avenue said...

Loving the peek into your garden...so so pretty!!

Amber said...

Wow, you are a skilled photographer! What kind of camera do you use? We just upggraded to a Nikon D5000. I have no idea how to use it yet though! (Other than point and shoot with AF or MF). Beautiful flowers!