Loving and Learning About Flowers in My Zone 8-8b Gardens. (with a family photo from time to time) LIFE BEGAN IN A GARDEN...
Today I am Thankful that my eyes can see color.
Girlfriend! Your garden is heaven! I'm amazed at how much you have blooming. Beautiful!
So bright, colourful and beautiful just like heavan.
So many pretty pictures...Your flowers are so much farther ahead than mine even though I am a couple hours south of you...I guess because mine are mainly new this yr?You commented on my mum's about cutting back the buds...if I let them flower now will they still flower in fall? I have never had mums before.Thank you for your comments and bday wishes.Blessings Kelsie
Wow!Your garden is so beautiful with such gorgeous flowers..I love the mix of colours and the placing of each of those flowers and plants!
Girl you need to flaunt it! It's beautiful! Can't believe how big the sage has gotten. Would love to see the bloom.
Thanks for the walk in your lovely garden this morning. How are your blackberry lilies doing? Mine are up and should bloom when it gets warmer.
Hello,How lovely your garden is, so much is blooming! And so much wonderful color. I love your little red wagon, very cute. Thank you for stopping by and paying me a visit. See you again soon. Have a great day in the garden.
Excuse me - I'm wiping the drool from my chin. Darla those are some stunning gardens. I am loving all that snapdragons you have and the many colors. I absolutely don't have enough. The poppies look so good with the snaps. Great post girlfriend.
Your garden is looking wonderful! Your plants look so lush and vibrant with color! I do not see weeds but pure beauty!!!
When I moved into my home 25 years ago it was zone 7, now it's zone 8.Your quotes remind me of another, "God almighty first created a garden." I think it was Alexander Pope?Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Beautiful blooms! Spring looks so lovely in your garden.
Your garden flowers look wonderful. I can hardly wait for spring to finally reach here.
Sigh is right. Absolutely fabulous photos of a fabulous garden. I could look at these all day!
Hey Darla...Your cottage flowers look very pretty. Is the grayish plant in your first photo silver sage? It is stunning
Darla, what a difference a few hundred miles makes....your garden is so beautiful. I grow the silver sage here, too, but it never gets that big. Lovely.
Oh what a pretty Gladiola Darla. I love the fuzzy leaves on your Sage. Your garden is growing so fast.The poppies are still so pretty.
I wish I could garden like you. You're all green thumbs. Lucy
We need a gardener over here Darla lol, beautiful.Forgot to say last time - love that Header shot my friend.
Beautiful gardens and flowers!! Amen I too am glad I can see and in color! Same thing with taste buds...aren't you glad God didn't just make it to where we had to eat food but couldn't taste it? I'm thankful for taste buds for sweet, salty, and bitter!
So gorgeous Darla! I'm always so amazed by your beautiful gardens! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter weekend :-)
Simply gorgeous! Everything looks so happy and healthy...wow, the sage is awesome!Love the lisstle sign "my garden my heaven" so cute*hugs*deb
Hi Darla,It looks like summer your way. I love all of your beautiful blooms, pots, and such! That silver sage is a cool looking plant. I bet the flowers will be open soon, if they aren't already.Thanks for stopping by my latest post. I have gotten some other ideas for the shape of the bed, but they are quite ambitious, and would need more than one season to accomplish. I should put some tall snapdragons in the area, too.
Your garden looks more beautiful each week. These are gorgeous blossoms and plants.
Your garden is pretty as a picture no matter where I looked. Such colour! It really is gorgeous.
I love all those grays! That silver sage is incredible!!!
Oh my word....A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! With a whole lot of ZING~ Darla, your gardens are gorgeous~ WOW.Just beautiful. J =)
p.s. I so adore that wagon...I NEED one.
Unbelievable! Just beautiful. I do envy you southern belles. Have a wonderful Easter.
hiyour garden looks very pretty.great flowers!!!have a nice day,regina
Breathtaking! The profusion of color is wonderful.Ann-Marie
Hi Darla,Oh how sublime!!! I am your newest follower and thank you for following my blog. What beauty abounds here! and I love "life began in a garden"--wow!XOCindy
Unbelievable how much you have blooming! We usually don't see some of these blooms till late August - so gald you linked up to Cottage Flora Thursday's so i can see all of your gorgeous blooms! xoxo,tracie
The garden looks fabulous! I adore those poppies...just stunning!
I am grateful for the opportunity to see your lovely garden. Thank you for sharing! It looks loved and well cared for. I love the old fashioned larkspur. Such a sweet plant! ~~Rhonda
Oh how blessed to have such beautiful gardens already! We are still awaiting the full bloom of spring. Just a few but beautiful pots of pansies greet me.
Love those poppies! You have so much flowering there! Thanks for the look at your gardens, they are so beautiful.
Definitely worth that sigh...so beautiful Darla! :)
Sigh is right! Love your garden! Thanks for visiting my flora post! Roselle
Oh what I would give to have a sunny yard... your garden and it's flowers are just wonderful...I'm in the Tampa Bay area and it's been so hot and I love it... I do have many plants and flowering is hard with the umbrella of hickory trees over my yard... sigh is right!Sandy
Oh Darla, I wish I lived closer. I'd come and visit your home and garden in a heartbeat... It is gorgeous --and I love it!!!!Thanks for sharing the beauty.Happy Easter. Hugs,Betsy
Darla, Beautiful, beautiful and even more beautiful! I would be sighing, too. gail
I'm glad that I can see colors too. I'm glad glasses are available otherwise all will just be a smear...Love the mixture of plants in your containers.
Sigh...(of contentment)Sigh again ( in envy)...Sigh! That's it, I want my garden to be like Darla's.Rosie@mygardenhaven
Gorgeous! I especially love the first and last shots. The combination of poppies, snapdragons and roses are beautiful. And the bi-colored pansies are so sweet! I hadn't seen Silver Sage before. Looks a great foliage plant.
Lovely colour!!! It must smell so sweet too!! Thanks for the tour...
Oh my gosh! I'm in love! And inspired! I'm in 8A, mojave desert.. and it can get frustrating... but what you've done in 8B..wow! I'm so gonna bookmark your site!!
Oh my goodness! So many flowers and so much color in your garden. Thanks for sharing. You must just love looking out over all that beauty.
Wow, Darla! Wow. Gorgeous. You are making me drool, seriously!! Love that hot pink yarrow;-) Your cool containers are filled spectacularly!!
So pretty!With all that garden how do you find time to keep the weeds at bay????
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