Saturday, May 19, 2007

A Garden Journey


May is the prettiest month of the year! It's not too hot, nor too cold, so the flowers are at their peak of perfection! Please join me in a little flower journey around my flower garden today. Roses, lavender, iris, lilies, pansies, and more greet the passerby with colorful cheer! Their very presence speaks volumes about the love our our creator!

14 comments:

  1. Wow! What gorgeous flowers! Love the collage.
    Are those all in your yard??


    I can't wait for my Joseph's Coat rose to start blooming. Should be any day now. Woo Hoo.

    Kimberly :)

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  2. Beautifully posted. (I can't even put TWO pictures side-by-side on purpose!!)

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  3. So beautiful, a quilt of flowers...bet it would smell fab

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  4. Simply beautiful.

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  5. Oh I think we have a David Austin Rose the same as you do. My roses are still tight buds. I just love your flowers. It's so funny that we are twinsies today.
    I can smell your garden in my mind. Just beautiful.

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  6. I love your garden. All that gorgeous pink.

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  7. Just gorgous!!!!!

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  8. You are definately ahead of us up north. These pictures make me yearn for roses! Beautiful!How do you do the collage? Is it flickr?

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  9. What a lovely garden you have! It truly does show the creativity of God - all those colors and shapes and scents...

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  10. Beautiful and colorful garden you've to enjoy everyday!!!
    I'd tagged you.
    Greetings.

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  11. Such a beautiful photo collage! It made my day... :)

    Andrea

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  12. What a garden! You have the best green fingers I guess ;-)

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  13. Very pretty. Thank you for stopping by trinkets and teasures. Your in my drawing. I'll be back to visit.
    Trudi

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  14. All beautiful~bet you can't choose a favorite.

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