I love the flowers around the house. The previous owners planted all kinds of perennials.
I can't wait for all of the lilies and irises to open
I've never had a rose bush before...I sure hope I can figure out how to take care of it. Suggestions are welcome.
Ireland saw me with the camera and ran outside in her pajamas...silly girl
The rosemary keeps growing
I found this mushroom shaped bird house at an antique shop last week.
I guess I'm just more interested in spending time outside and enjoying spring:)
Have a great week
What a fantastic garden you have, it looks huge! Your daughter is so pretty and I love her stripey outfit, Rowen@Coastal Colours xReplyDelete
Thank you. We are loving it. There are a total of about 9.5 acres, with about 5 wooded acres. So there are lots of grass to mow;)Delete
I love your garden!!!!!!I am from Greece and I found your blog incidentally while I looked for free crochet patterns and I am really excited with your projects.I have already my next projects in my mind!!!!ReplyDelete
THank you and I'm so glad you found me.Delete
Ślicznie tam u Ciebie. Też kocham kwiaty. Domek dla ptaków jest pomysłowy. PozdrawiamReplyDelete
You have a beautiful garden, I could happily get lost in it. Your daughter is so beautiful and they know a good moment for pic when they see one. Roses are pretty easy to care for, they like some plant food the correct pruning at the correct time, I believe it is around end of Winter and then again in the early spring (but do check this out for where you are as that will make a difference). Hannapat (cosmosandcotton)ReplyDelete
Thank you and I appreciate the tips about the roses...I will definitely check it out to be sure.Delete
Whew! I don't blame you! What a gorgeous place to live. Everything is SO green! I live in the high desert so nothing is green here yet. :) Thanks for the eye candy!ReplyDelete
Wow...I didn't know you live in the high desert. I bet it is beautiful as well.Delete
Me too! I've been working outside so much and the fresh air and hard work have me so tired I just fall into bed at night no needlework, no reading...nada! LOL! Your yard is lovely and the mushroom bird feeder is darling! LOVE! I was just getting ready to place a yarn order as I don't have much of a stash really and one of my YOP projects is your Springtime rug but I may make it solid colored for me.ReplyDelete
Your little girl is so cute and I'd like pj's that pretty! I love her name as I am Irish...why didn't I think of that when I had my daughter? But I named her Amy Elizabeth with Elizbeth being a family name. (Liz was what they called my Mom and my Great Grandmother was Lizzie and she was from Ireland). Anyway, Ireland is a beautiful name and a beautiful place which I would love to visit some day. Take care! Happy Spring!
Thank you. The spring rug done in a solid color is sooooo much easier. I have always wanted to visit Ireland...it is at the top of my bucket list. My daughter Ireland's middle name is Elizabeth as well.Delete
Happy Spring to you:)