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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Header Challenge






Oldest Medium Kid and I worked in the gardens all day today. Ran in to do this post and then I'm headed back outside. Remember the Spider/Airplane plants ya'll helped me ID?

My gardens are growing pretty well considering the heat, humidity and neglect. BUT, every now and again I have to bring in the big guns! That's how my gardens grow....

Please visit the other team members listed in my sidebar to see how their gardens grow.
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Today I am Thankful for this weekly challenge...!!

24 comments:

imac said...

Nice showing of flowers and tools, phew, looks like hard work too.lol
Good show for the header Darla.

tina said...

The spider plants look great! I'm on my way outside too-hope it rains soon as I'll be doing a little dance in the garden...

Becca's Dirt said...

I bet you win this one. Beautiful Darla. Airplane plant really took off didn't it.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Well---I'm SURE you will win this theme, Darla.... Your gardens are the BEST.... Love that creative header too.
Hugs,
Betsy

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

Nice home for the spider plants. They'll be happy there.

L. D. Burgus said...

That is a marvelous header photo. Great design and fun work tools. Good luck in the contest.

bennie and patsy said...

Looks like you mean business in your header.

Fuat Gencal said...

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Dorothy said...

It take a lot of shovels, rakes, hoes and elbow grease to make a garden grow and looks like yours is doing well! Nice header picture!

Julie said...

Beautiful!!!!!

Noelle said...

That box of Miracle-Gro is sometimes my best friend in the garden ;-)

Tootsie said...

I love how your gardens grow...You have some of the sweetest gardens girl...I hope you are doing well...have been having trouble getting around to everyone lately...as usual...will try to find time to email and catch up soon. I hope you are doing well! Heal fast!

Tootsie said...

I love the header photo!!!

Deb said...

love the header..

Karen said...

Hi Darla, I love your garden and your writing! You are amazing, doing all this work in the heat and recovering from surgery...wow. I need your energy and determination! Karen

Roses and Lilacs said...

I like that grass in the pot. Wish I could do that here without having to worry about overwintering it.
Marnie

Skeeter said...

Growing nicely I would say! The chair addition now looks as though it has been there for a while. Looks wonderful with the mulch and spider plants in place....

Today I am thankful for the gentle blowing of the wind as it has my flowers dancing :-)

Jake said...

It's amazing that your new bed is already starting to look like it was always there. That's awesome!

Jake

George said...

I like your header, which hints at all the work needed to help your garden grow. The pictures show that it is growing very well indeed.

Racquel said...

I'm trying this again. Your new header photo was a good choice. Love how lush your garden looks this summer. :)

Kimberly said...

I like the tools and the caption! I have the same spider plants...they grow like a weed! They're wonderful where nothing else will grow (ie a planter I have on the fence facing the HOT afternoon sun). Your garden is beautiful!

NanaK said...

Your gardens are growing well indeed. Love the red buckets for your spider plants along with the red chair. That new bed is really filling in and looking wonderful.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Yes, I know. I hate it, but occasionally I have to bring out the big guns, too.

Tømrer said...

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