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Monday, August 9, 2010

Discovering Promise in My Garden

There is nothing like a few warm days to bring out the promise of a garden. Flowers come alive among the nasturtiums









Lavender blooms add color and fragrance.




Blueberry blossoms preclude summer's fruit.






The roseapple tree finally comes to life.



and a white choko begins it journey.

13 comments:

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Jackie said...

Looks wonderful, great photos. Love the beautiful lavender bush.

Your weather must be warmer than mine as we have no sign of Spring yet.

Julie said...

I have not visited your blog before and an envious of your garden which is already feeling the suns warmth. Today here in Sydney is very wet and for us, quite cold. I suspect you are somewhere in QLD. Nice to stop and visit you for a spell.

Suzanne said...

I didn't plant any nasturtiums this year and your photo made me wish I had! So pretty -- love the leaf as much as the flower on that plant! I also love the lavender -- so nice!

Becca's Dirt said...

I love the smell of lavender. Pretty.

Sylvia K said...

What a lovely garden! Love the lavender -- we have lots of lavender around our house and I love the scent! Terrific photos and such beautiful colors! Hope your week is off to a great start!

Sylvia

perennialgardener said...

Pretty blooms this week. I envy your Nasturiums, mine didn't do well this year. ;)

shannon i olson said...

I love nasturtiums! one of my favorites.

Jean said...

Lovely bunch of lavender, it must smell amazing. I love the promise of things to come in the garden. Jean

EG Wow said...

It's fun to see you looking forward to spring when we are in the midst of summer. You must have a very, very long summer where you are!

Zoey said...

Love the lavender. It appears to be a different variety than the one I grow.

BraCom (Bram) said...

very nice photos

Regards, Bram

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Linda said...

Wonderful photos! I just love to garden and I love that you shared yours with me!