Friday, March 18, 2011

She Asked...

...for a photo of my blooming ranunculus. That's Cindy you know. We sisters/cousins are just a bit into flowers. A Big Bit. Well, I grabbed my camera and went into the backyard to get that photo for Cindy. . . and then I just kept on taking photos. Here are just a few. Really, I edited a lot.

Ranunculus in the shade.
My sisters both love orange.

Love this pure white.

More and more and more flower pics. Dwarf Pygmy Date Palm surrounded by too much...geraniums, margarita daisies, petunias and a random ranunculus. I love the tiny solar lights stuck into the flower pots that give off such a lovely light all night.
I got this idea from Skippie.
Lemon and heavenly, fragrant blossoms.
French lavender.
Lisbon lemon just planted after 6-7 years in a pot.

Cherry tomato and flat leaf parsley. I also have sage in this pot.

I told you the lobelia is just starting to bloom.
Soon they will cascade over the edge in fullness.

I love these petunias that are purple with a green edge called Mostly Picasso.
All the Margareta daisies are volunteers from last spring.

Part of the vegetable "garden". Now it's tomatoes and zucchini.
In another area I've got lettuce and spinach.
You did ask Cindy ;) Love and kisses.
Happy day, msk


Julie Harward said...

I love all of them...the lavender and the lemons and all of it! I am dieing for Spring here! ;D

Cindy said...

Ooooh thank you, thank you, thank you. I now have a severe case of flower envy!!!! I know, I just have to have patience, my time will come. I can't WAIT to get down there and just SIT in that back yard. Beautiful job on both the garden and your pictures. Love you lots. C.

Jody said...

I am in love with your picasso petunia's! I must have some for sure. Thanks for the tour of your garden I loved every minute of it! Hugs

Emily said...

Ahhh, jealous! Ranunculus are one of my favorites! Tried to plant them one year and Koda ate all the bulbs. They must taste good. Beautiful yard. Loved seeing the sunshine ~ even if it's far away. Haven't seen it for awhile. Love the lemons too. AND... LOVE YOU!!

Angela said...

You sure know how to make a girl swoon! Ranunculus, citrus blossoms, lemmons, tomatoes! I can't wait for spring to come up here. Thanks for sharing!


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