Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Come Into the Garden

 These are just some different views of the backyard standing in front of the blue chicken house.


 And this is the chicken house.
My favorite rose..................I don't know it's name.  We've had rain for the last three days and everything's growing like crazy.  Thought I would share it with you.                    Diane

8 comments:

Name: Amanda said...

I love your enchanting backyard. How beautiful, and how beautiful are the pics too?! Love you, Bean

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Gorgeous, Diane. I love seeing your yard in Summer --especially after seeing it with all of the snow and ice in it during winter... Beautiful yard and flowers!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Pondside said...

Isn't it great when the right combination of sun and rain causes everything to explode into bloom? I love the view of your pretty little cottage.

mudderbear said...

What a beautiful garden, Diane. It's just so perfect. I love the blue blossoms 'on a stick'..teehee.
I also liked your post on peace..A Moment....the flag is elegant, so lacey. I once had a neighbor with a large patch of those white iris's. They reminded me of a wedding dress when they were all blossomed.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

YOur yard is lovely,and very inviting.

T's Daily Treasures said...

Absolutely beautiful Diane! Today it is 126 here. Hubby's hands were actually dark red when he got home from work because of holding the steering wheel. The cars really heat up on the inside with this heat and the a/c takes a while to start cooling things down. I've been in pajamas since we got back home on Saturday :) but tonight he's made plans for us to visit friends so I will actually have to get dressed. :/ Hope you have a good day. Tammy

Laurie said...

So pretty Diane, what an amazing yard. I think I'd sit there all day and never move. It's so beautiful, thank-you for sharing!

Angela said...

Your yard looks so pretty! The flowers you asked about are Mexican Petunias. They also come in pink and purple. They're perenials here...hardy to 0 degrees, but they also reseed, so maybe that would work for you.