Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Outdoor Wednesday - New blooms

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New blooms in my garden this week.



Front yard hostas in full bloom.


Stonecrop growing out of a crack in a rock from one of my back yard gardens.

Wood was delivered for our new deck today. So excited.

Happy Outdoor Wednesday.


Ann

11 comments:

no spring chicken said...

Hostas! I really need to plant hostas. Yours are lovely...

Blessings, Debbie

Rebecca said...

what pretty posies!!!

LV said...

I do not understand it, but the flowers or grass grows so good in hot concrete or rocks. Then when I try to grown them the right way, they tend to die. I keep trying, as I love flowers.

Tracy said...

Oh, I love the coneflowers, I really need to plant some of those! Your daylilies are a pretty color too, I just have the yellow ones.

Flea Market Lynn said...

Thx for stopping by my blog today....love your photos! Especially the pink Daisys. I have signed up to follow your blog......I hope you will follow mine too! Lynn

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

Love all your blooms. The stone flowers are amazing. Love ya Sis

Beth said...

Hi Ann! Thanks for stopping by. I love your Wizard of Oz and Kansas references. My in laws were raised in Kansas and we have many cousins there and love to visit. Your daylilies are pretty, I love your garden angel, and is that a TEA KETTLE in your tree???
blessings and hugs, Beth

niartist said...

Gorgeous photos. I don't know that I've ever seen stone crop grow like that! AMAZING! I came by via Susan's party, but I missed it myself. I took pics of my pergola all dressed up this afternoon (with the 2 hour lull in the rain), and I REALLY hope you'll stop by and take a peak, and let me know what you think of the progress! :)
xo,
A

Ann said...

Your header had Dorothy, and my Hat's post has this theme from the Book week in my school.

Biljana said...

So pretty:-) Thanks for lovely comment, I am your newest follower too. Hugs, Biljana

Mary said...

Hi Ann,
I like your StoneCrop plant - that's neat. Looks like things are going good in your neck of the woods. I like your pictured Disc Sunflower - you're in the Sunflower State, right???

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