Wednesday, April 21, 2010

And The Garden Grab Bag Winner Is

 

The Gardening Grab Bag  Drawing was so much
fun and there were so many entries. Seems like
a lot of people remember grab bags and how fun
they are.

 

Drawing

I will let the winner reveal what is in the Gardening
Grab Bag because I would not want to spoil the surprise
of what may be in it before the winner sees it first.

And The Winner Is !!!

 

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Congratulations Patsy over at The Smith’s Bennie & Patsy’s
Please email me your address and I will mail it right out.

 

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The woods are greening up so fast now.
I have yet to see my first Hummingbird or Oriole
although I have nectar out for both.

 

Black_Tulip

This lone tulip decided to be late bloomer for me.
Since it never bloomed last spring and I was ready
to rip it out this year it was good it showed its little head.
It is much smaller than when it was newly planted.
It is suppose to be a black one but you can catch the
deep burgundy color of it in the sunlight.

Congrats again Patsy!

Happy Gardening Everyone !

Until Next Time,   Lona

23 comments:

Roses and Lilacs said...

Love the tulip. You don't see dark colors like that often.

Congrats to the grab bag winner. I'm anxious to see what was in the bag.
Marnie

Darla said...

Congrats to Patsy, I love her!!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

Congrats to the winner. It's going to be fun to find out what's inside.
I hope you see Hummingbirds and Orioles soon. At least you get to see those pretty Cardinals.

bennie and patsy said...

Thank you,what a surprise the excitement of the grab bag is building.
Patsy

Noelle said...

Thank you for having a giveaway :-)

I hope hummingbirds are soon to come your way. I have been enjoying ours lately :-)

zacher.bay said...

Happy Birthday Garden girl! I think all your neighbors should throw you a party for making your plot so beautiful for all to see. The neighbors must love you!

Jim Groble said...

Congrats to patsy. Love the cardinal. jim

A Garden of Threads said...

Congrats to Patsy and a beautiful tulip. Could not talk myself into buying that color, but I may change my mind after seeing your picture.

A Garden of Threads said...

Happy Birthday!:)

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Lona,
I spent some time studying the face of the cardinal, and could not figure out what it was thinking about. Great photo! Even though the tulip isn't black, it sure is a pretty color.

Have a great birthday!

Terri said...

Congratulations to the winner!

So, the secret to blooms is threatening the plants, huh? If that works I've got a climbing rose who needs a whole heap of threats! :)

Jeri Landers said...

Lona, just realized I signed in with my husbands account, above. Happy Birthday!Jeri Landers

Happy@Home said...

Congratulations to Patsy on being your lucky winner! I will be visiting her until she reveals what is in that mystery box. :-)

Stephanie said...

Nice shot of that hummingbird :-D I love the black tulip. I can't recall if I have seen the real one. Have a pleasant and warm day!

Dirty Girl Gardening said...

I planted those same ones!! Lovely tulip...

Grace Peterson said...

Hi Lona~~ Happy Birthday, dear friend! And here you are GIVING presents on your day.

I hope you have time to pamper your garden and pamper yourself and maybe even buy yourself something new!

Zindagi said...

Happy Birthday Lona!!!!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Lona, you are so welcome. It was my pleasure to let folks know you were having a giveaway. Congratulations to the winner!
Thank you for stopping by for a visit and admiring the little cottage. Nice folks live there!

Autumn Belle said...

Congratulations to Patsy, the winner! Is your tulip real? It looks like chocolate coated candy to me.

Sylvia said...

Congratulations to the winner...I too want to see what it is...

Come see my giveaway...

Sylvia

Rebecca @ In The Garden said...

Incredible black tulip, I also look forward to seeing what is in the mysterious box.

Msrobin said...

Happy Happy Birthday Lona dear, hope it was a very special one!

catmint said...

black often seems to be dark burgundy - superb flower!