Sunday, July 12, 2009

Sunday Sparkle




I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.
We got some much needed rain yesterday and
the flowers this morning look like they have
grown inches over night. It is so amazing that
I can water them and keep them from drying up
and growing but they just love the rain water.
































Happy Gardening Everyone!


10 comments:

Colleen Wms said...

Too cute! I love the last 2 pix of the tumbling pots! Someday... I'll be creative enough to do that type of thing. I'd never be able to buy them. I'm too frugal. Other people spend their money on shoes, me... plants.
And I love the coral colored geranium (?) in the first shot. My favorite color in a flower it seems.

Grace Peterson said...

Hi Lona~~ Rain here too. Thunder as I write this. I noticed too how much the plants seem to love the rain water.

Love the topsy-turvy pot tower. I might need to copy it!

~~Rhonda said...

Pretty pics! The Nicotiana is a beautiful shade of red. Love that! Your tipsy pots are really cute. I like the watering can on the first one. Cute! ~~Rhonda

Heather said...

Lona- your photos and blooms are always so nice to see. I am amazed at how much is in bloom in your garden. Very nice!

Tessa at Blunders with shoots, blossoms 'n roots said...

Lona, those stacked pots are so cute! I know what you mean about the rain- we've had a little, finally, and suddenly everything is growing like crazy! Especially the weeds- and right as I'm leaving to go out of town this week :)

Stephanie said...

I love those containers/canister arrangement... different sizes stacked up and tilted. Look funny but unique. The flowers in your garden really sparkle. They are so pretty. I love how you photographed them too. Have a great Monday and week!

Darla said...

There is nothing that can match "God Water." Beautiful photos here, love the tipsy planters!

Balisha said...

Your pictures are so pretty. I love the tipsy pots.

Dirt Princess said...

Love the mushroom. Love the daisy and LOVE the coneflower!

mothernaturesgarden said...

I love nicotiana and haven't had any in my garden lately. I must do something about that.
Donna