Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Old fashioned red roses, new annuals, pinks

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I'm really enjoying this Spring, the weather has been in the 70's in the mornings, so I have been able to be out planting, weeding and mowing for the last couple of weeks.

I bought a few new tintage tins and have planted some annuals in a gorgeous old red and white Sexton Spice tin.



My pinks in three shades.


My old fashioned roses are so brillant this year and fragrant.
I take several strolls a day on this side of the house taking in the fragrance and have cut some for vases.

Hope you enjoy.



Ann

14 comments:

LV said...

All your flowers are very pretty. I especially like that big bush of red roses.

Misalyn said...

Pretty flowers! I am really envious of the other side of the world's weather. Flowers and trees are really beautiful during spring. In here we do have summer and winter. Such extreme weather.

SquirrelQueen said...

Your flowers are beautiful. I love to see flowers planted in unusual containers like the Sexton Spice tin, so pretty.

J Bar said...

lovely
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Rebecca said...

Such pretty flowers-love what you did with the tin!

Scribbler said...

I am so happy you stopped by my blog -- it's nice to make new friends. I enjoyed looking through your blog, and your roses and other flowers are just gorgeous. My husband is the one with the green thumb, when he has time. Do come again.

Only Cute Things said...

so cute!

xoxo

Fishtail Cottage said...

Thanks for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursdays this week! So glad to see you have such pretty blooms this week! xoox, tracie

Kelsie From Our Country Home said...

OH my look at that rose bush, be still my heart...I love the vintage tin as a plant pot..I love planting stuff in unusual containers.

Thank you so much for stopping by to visit...I am glad you enjoyed my butterfly...catching him with the camera was a matter of patience for him to land within photographing range to get him and then take lots of photos and hope one turns out good enough to share...I love taking pix of butterflies but it can be a challenge too.

Blessings Kelsie

Darla said...

Your vintage planter is cute. The rose would have me lingering during the day too.

Kathy said...

Your vintage roses looks like one of my bushes - gorgeous! I am amazed at their display! Hope the weather is better today for you all!
God Bless,
Kathy

HolleyGarden said...

I came though cottage flora thursdays. What an amazing rose - so very full of blooms! I love that you walk by it several times a day!

Mary @ Framed and Tagged said...

I love your post!!...it's inspiring me to look through my "stuff" to see if I have anything to put plants in.

Michelle said...

We planted over 30 rose bushes this year, I love how mature and beautiful yours is

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