Sunday, 25 May 2008

My Garden Today in late May

While I am sorting some Leanardslee garden photos to post
here is a little peep into my garden yesterday
and last evening's sunset




















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13 comments:

Adrienne said...

Gorgeous sunset! Beautiful garden! Isn't God's artwork perfect? ~Adrienne~

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

Everything looks so lovely! Aww, that sunset is glorious!

Willow said...

Everything is beautiful, Barbara! I love the colors of the sunset. And those flowers! What are the pink papery looking ones?

I have enjoyed the photos from the last post too. It looks like all the azaleas are in bloom in England in May!

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Lovely! The deep pink, crepey flower with the yellow center and the lovely inner pattern...what is that?

A Woman Who is: said...

Okay I want to know too? What are the pink flowers? Unfamiliar, to us here in the states. I am guessing some kind of South African plant?

I'm glad you get to enjoy some amazing sunsets.

I saw in your combo picture you still have some babies to plant. That is what I have been doing all weekend. It sure feels good to finally have that accomplished.

Paula said...

Wow, the rockrose is beautiful!

DeeDee said...

Barbara..fantastic sunset and your garden is just so beautiful...I'm not familiar with the pink poppie type of flowers...just lovely...

Knitting Mania said...

Wow, your garden photo's are stunning. I can't help but remember your winter photo's and all that snow and now it's like the garden of Eden! Amazing!

You and my sister have that green thumb thing going on, big time!!!

;)

Mike said...

Lovely. I also took some photos of those big purple headed ones this weekend. Not sure what they are called. God bless :)

Sara said...

I love the rock rose (I only know the name because you told us)....isn't it interesting how its petals are all crumpled like they need a good ironing. God has a sense of humor...

Barbara said...

These pink poppies are great! As well as the beautiful sunset!

Barbara said...

Ups, I just saw in your following post that the pink plants aren't poppies but rock roses (I couldn't find the botanical name). Unfortunately I don't know the plant with this name.

Linda said...

How beautiful. All I can think of as I look at your photos is the amount of work it must take to keep the garden looking so splendid.