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Wednesday, July 18, 2012


We came home from vacation and
found our yard had exploded with blooms.

The hydrangea has never had so many

So pretty...



Bee Balm's first year.


These were just leaves when
we left.


Our tree in bloom (really a

Grasses and ferns are happy.

We have a huge yard and
not all of it has been  "done". These blooms
are dandelions and a volunteer tree.

This lovely orchid is in the sun room.

And it smells great!

I will not blog for a while because I am
working on things for A Vintage
Gathering  which is July 27 and 28th.

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I'll be back the meantime, please share
your smile :>)



WOW...LOVE your flowers! Mine didn't do well this year...not sure why. Love the blue!!
Thanks for the advise about the kidney stone...the Dr said to DRINK lots of water...around 3,000 ml daily!!!
Hoping your sale goes beyond your expectations!

melanie said...

oh...looks so pretty...can't wait til next weekend!

Gail Thayer said...

Hi Annette,
Your yard looks fantastic! I'm sorry to miss A Vintage Gathering show. A friend has a special sale going on down here that I wouldn't miss for the world! I've offered to help her to merchandise it the night before, on the 28th....if that's Friday. Plus I get to shop early!
Best of luck with your show, hope you sell tons!

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Kathy said...

Annette, your flowers are just gorgeous!!

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The hydrangeas are my favorite. They look gorgeous. Where do you think I can buy some?

Mitzi said...

I love hydrangeas. There's something amazing about the color blue in the garden!

sherri s. said...

Ooh, so lovely! Clematis struggles in my growing zone, but I do love it! And I don't have any shade for hydrangeas, though I love them, too--pink, blue, pink and blue! So pretty. Best of luck with your sale...would love to come! Going to Round Top in October, though...yipee!!!

~~Carol~~ said...

So many pretties to come home to! I especially love that hydrangea. I've planted three this year, and I feel like I've gone hydrangea-crazy! And I think you know that I like the natural part of your yard too. Can you just imagine the ecosystem going on in there, supporting all kinds of life? You're so LUCKY!


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