This is How My Garden Grows

Happy Friday Friends,

After returning from Boone last week, I immediately went to my garden as I had expected the peonies to bloom while I was away.  Sure enough they were blooming as well as the knock outs and others.  I was delighted and I want to share a little walk with you through my early garden.  I have done no new planting this year but have some spots to fill in.

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The peonies and iris were all transplanted from Mother’s.

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A look at my garden from a completely different angle.

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My Mother’s Day present from Bob.

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You can see how much my climbing roses are climbing.

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Bob calls this one Thelma as it came from Mother’s and it is a unique.

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Is this ruffled rose not beautiful.  I have to take a pic to BB Barnes so they can give me its proper name.

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Last year we planted the honeysuckle for my swing arbor.  It is blooming and already climbing over the top.

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This one is special….waiting for it to bloom.

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So much work to do here but you can see how serene this area might be.

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Every time I do a post from my garden, I see all the work that needs to be done.  Dead leaves, empty spots and empty pots.  However, I don’t fret about it.  I just enjoy it. Thank you for coming along.

    Dianne

One thought on “This is How My Garden Grows

  1. What a beautiful stroll on this early Sunday morning. I would love to find myself sitting in the swing smelling the fragrant honeysuckle. Your roses, irises, and peonies are just beautiful and I love the new bench that Bob gave you. Happy Sunday dearest Dianne!

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