I took my camera and walked around my back yard this morning. I hope you enjoy the pictures.
Wow - I love your yard and flowers. Question - what is in the teacups? I am a new visitor to your blog coming over from Happy One's blog. I will be back to visit again. :-)
I love Morning Glories but cant grow them here. Is that a white phlox? It is doing well.
Gorgeous and the array of teacups intermingling is a beautiful addition!!
Very pretty summer flowers.
I sure did enjoy the walk around your garden - you have a beautiful garden!!!
Your garden is a big joy for me, thank you for the fine photos! I feel the sun! The same flowers flourish here now, but I don't have them in my garden. You are a real garden-artist!
I do love those Morning Glories - memories of early childhood.
So very beautiful..Thank You
Your flowers are lovely. I bet they smell wonderful too!
wow....what beautiful pictures from your garden. I can't decide which flowers I love the most.....I certainly would rank the morning glories up high! I love a lot of color but even your white flowers are lovely. Thanks for the tour!
What gorgeous flowers! It lifts the heart to see them. Is that "Grandpa Ott" morning glory? I recognize echinechia (sp) I think, black-eyed Susans, maybe blanket flower? And cleome? with some gorgeous lilies to the left!
I love the echinacea the best! I want some of those traditional echinacea purpurea, which I think I need to shop for this very month, and plant them in the fall....
Absolutely beautiful Flowers -thank you G.M. for showing them to us.
Your garden is so very pretty! Love the colors. Hugs and blessings, Cindy
All so very pretty but the morning glories are my absolute favorite! I had no luck growing any this year but the bright blue does add pizzazz to a garden! Ellabie
Everything is so beautiful!! You have every right to be so proud! That Morning Glory is a beauty!!
Oh so pretty! You have done an amazing job caring for your plants through the drought.
I absolutely enjoyed the photos.You have a very lovely yard.
Beautiful garden glimpses. The morning glory is gorgeous.