Saturday, February 18, 2012

Lonesome For My Garden

Hello everyone,
Today I thought I'd share some pictures I took of my flower gardens last year.  Being in Florida for awhile enjoying the warm weather and lush foilage makes me really lonesome for my  flower gardens back home.

My front flower bed by the driveway.

My four square garden with a mix of perennials overlooking my green house covered with ivy and hops vine.

The flower bed is leading up to our log home and rose arbor by the front porch.

The flower bed by the little red shed at my farm cottage.

Thank you so much for visiting.  Hope I didn't get you lonesome for summer, too!

I will be joining the following parties:
Show Off Your Cottage Monday
Outdoor Wednesday
Home and Garden Thursday
Show and Tell Friday


Aledia said...

Oh, everything is so beautiful!
I can't wait for warm weather and flowers.


momto8 said...

you got me way lonesome! what a lovely garden!!

jeanetteann said...

How beautiful,this is my favourite type of garden, very cottagey.
xx jeanetteann

Cindy F. Adkins said...

Oh, how beautiful! It looks like an English cottage garden! I live in a condo right now and miss gardening. Your little greenhouse is so darling, too!

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

Wow, Your garden is sooo beautiful!
I LOVE it!

Pattie @ On Hollyhock Farm said...

YES!! I am lonesome for my garden, my deck, and my front porch. This winter has been a mild one but it seems like it's never going to end!
Your garden is beautiful! Love the roses.

chateau chic said...

Oh my goodness, your gardens are so beautiful. I'm now longing for spring so things will start blooming and I can play in the dirt!
I'm your newest follower, Mary Alice

Beth said...

Love your foursquare bed and the little greenhouse covered with ivy! I like the entry way to your back door with the rose arbor too. You have beautiful gardens and I look forward to seeing more of them this spring and summer.

Debbie Booth said...

Wow these pictures are wonderful...makes me want to plant flowers today! Waaah it is sooo cold outside!

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Your garden is just stunning! I love gardening and I wish my yard looked like yours with those deep lush borders! Just gorgeous and so inspiring!

Lorraine said...

I used to live in Florida, but I didn't like the "no change of seasons."
Your garden is beautiful.

Red Rose Alley said...

I visited your blog today - I saw you on 'Art, Books, Tea.' I love my tea bloggy friends. They certainly know how to appreciate a good cup of tea. Your blog is lovely, and the tea cup with the pink roses on your Valentine post is so pretty. Me and my daughters started a blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. I would enjoy coming back to visit with you. Your blog is charming and so cheerful to me. I hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Jim said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Gooness Gracious!! What breath taking pictures of your Garden!! Truly delightful!!


Geneva said...

Your garden was beautiful, and I can see why you are lonesome for Summer. I think many of us are feeling the same way...

Sarah said...

Your garden is lovely! I know you will be happy to be back home in this glorious garden this summer.

Deb said...

You live in paradise. I see we have a common interest in dishes. I looked back on some of your posts and enjoyed them very much. New follower from Ontario, Canada Deb

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

This is an exquisite garden! I can see why you miss it! Just love the free flowing flowers and vines! I have seen several 'See Rock City' bird houses etc...up and around the Ga Tn area! Love it! thank you for sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I love your garden, it is amazing! Look at how lush and thick it is - so many cutting flowers!!!

WOW! Lovely garden spaces!!!!

Thank you so much for visiting me today and for your comments. Then I could find you!

Linda said...

Oh, it is so pretty! What is the name of that glorious climbing rose? Gorgeous.

Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Linda said...

Hi again Nancy!

Thank you so much for getting back to me with the info re your garden's rose, and, too, for your lovely comment on my blog. My blog has a main 'Welcome Page' that remains static, so I hope it is not too confusing. My current post (A Room With A View) is listed in the sidebar at the top of the post listings for the past year, hope this helps...

I just wanted to tell you how much I love that 'Peace' Christmas card your friend gave you with the angel on it, very beautiful! A treasure. Loove your china collection also.

Enjoy the warm weather. It's freeezzzing in my corner of the world and spring is a long way off...Hope our snow goes soon! Take care. :-)

Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Miss Gracie's House said...

I can see why you miss such beauty! Your garden is so pretty!
THANKS for the visit!

Anonymous said...

Olá! O seu jardim é muito bonito,as flores são lindas em todos os lugares.
Att: Dorath

Marsha said...

I am awarding you the Liebster Award!!

check it out on my blog-

Sonia said...

Your gardens are so beautiful..I love your greenhouse!! Oh how I have been wanting one! Thanks for stopping by and I am your newest follower!
Miss Bloomers

Denise said...

Lovely to "meet" you.This is My first visit with you.I loved your colorful garden , cottage and home.I am now your new follower.Please drop by any time for a visit with me.God bless -Denise

Anonymous said...

What a heavenly garden you have. I can see why you miss it.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I know I have already commented here on this post but I wanted to stop in again to say Thanks so much for your visits and kind words!!
They always bring a smile to my face!!
And your fantastic garden is definitely worth a second glance since it is so beautiful!!


Bernideen said...

I am looking forward to viewing your garden this summer! The roses with what looks like Virginia Creeper- maybe - on the lattice is lovely!

Jann Olson said...

Lonesome? Heck girl you'v got me weeping over here. lol! Gardening is my #1 passion! What a Garden of Eden you have creatd! Love the vines on the greenhouse and the roses, and let's see, what else? Heck I just love it all! Hubby and I were in Southern UT last weekend. It wa 68 degrees and flowers were starting to bloom. We came home to snow and I am so ready for Spring. Don't know why, we really have had a mild Winter. Just want to get my hands in that dirt!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Thank you for such a delightful look at what spring should be! :)