Wednesday, April 20, 2011


My "Pink Champagne" Clematis bloomed this week.

I own five different ones and lucky for me they bloom at
different times. Love them. The flowers are so showy.
But this one doesn't last long.

Found an old kettle at the antique shop and loaded it with
Creeping Jenny...I have an abundance.

Shared side bed.

Some of the Iris are already up and blooming.
Others are starting to show signs of blooming.

I got the Knockout Roses in the ground this week.

Hosta up and out.

May Apple.

Bridal Wreath, just starting to bloom.

Dogwoods still going strong in the front yard.

Hope you have a great gardening week.
It's raining here this morning which is a
very good sign.
I will be linking to
Fishtail Cottage's
Flora Thursdays


  1. I love your tea kettle with the creeping jenny. Well...actually...I love all of your pretties!

  2. Hi Nanniepannie! I soooooo love your plant in the old teakettle! How whimsical.


  3. How pretty! I'm visiting from Fishtail Cottage. I love your beautiful flowers!

    Donna @ Comin' Home

  4. So pretty...thanks for sharing your garden :)

  5. Looks great...that creeping jenny is going to cover that kettle, nice!

  6. You have a very pretty garden. Like your blooming tulips. May Apple look similar to papaya leaves.

  7. I love Creeping is now one of my favorite perennials for a pot. Your garden is lovely. ♥olive

  8. Your gardens are beautiful. In the mountains of Virginia the most we have blooming are tulips, daffodils and the flowering trees. My bleeding hearts are blooming but I think it is because I have them in a protected place. ~~Sherry~~

  9. Fabulous garden ~ your iris is so pretty & that hosta is so full - do you not have slugs there? lol Thanks for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursday's - xoox, tracie


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