Saturday, March 19, 2011

Garden Pinks

When I think of Pink, I think of Pink in my garden. I primarily have pink as the color of my flowers and with the weather warming up I begin to think what my yard looked like and what I am dreaming of over the next few months.


This is my backyard and my header. People always wonder if it is my yard...yes it is and I designed the bed under the oak tree for my Grandmothers ferns that originally came from 1515. And yes pink impatiens.



Pink geraniums
hang from the potting shed. A old wheelbarrow with pink petunias.


It won't be long till my peonies will be blooming! These are pink ones from 1515.


Then my zinnias and miniature hollyhocks will make a great garden bouquet. I miss my bouquets, I usually on my days off wander the yard and pick a bunch of what is blooming.


I will be able to sit on the front porch and enjoy the sunshine and flowers that surround me.

My pink geraniums on the front porch will be blooming. The flower boxes my mom had made for my Grandmother's front porch in the 1940's and even though my husband has had to put them back together them I treasure them so.


Now I think I may head out and see if I can find some pansies. I need some flowers bad!!

Have a great Saturday
Joining Beverly for Pink Saturday

14 comments:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Ann Sweetie...
What a beautiful stroll this morning. I love your pinks. What a beautiful garden beneath that old oak tree. They make the best shade for a flower bed. Your old wheelbarrow filled with pinks is so beautiful. What a wonderful idea for a garden with height. I love it.

I adore the way you have the watering cans lined up. That looks so country. I love country.

Your geraniums are beautiful hanging as well. I would so love to stop by for tea and sit on that beautiful porch of yours. I can feel the cool breeze and the fragrance from the flowers. So beautiful sweetie. Thank you for letting me stroll along with you this morning.

Country hugs and much love, Sherry

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

What a beautiful yard! I love the look that you have created under the oak tree.

Tete said...

I love the porch photo the best, I think. It's hard to make up my mind.
It was colder today and the wind quite nippy. But more beds are uncovered and more limbs hauled to the pile.
Hope you are getting lots done!
Hugs- Tete

A Few Pennies said...

Lovely post; I'm still drooling over that yard!

monah http://graciouscottage.com/ said...

Hi,
My first visit to you from Pink Saturday. And I am so glad I did. I am a design your own garden person too. Yours is beautiful and you can tell it is from the heart. I hope you share more gardening pictures with us.
Please visit me too.
Graciously. monah

Rebecca said...

Your yard is gorgeous-lots of pretty things to look at!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Hi Ann,
I just love your gardens and your romantic little garden shed! You have done a fabulous job and it's so fun to see!
Have a lovely week...
Cindy

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

It is all so pretty, Ann. I love your olden watering cans. I am on a mission this year to pick some of those up for my yard :)

Lottie said...

Anne, I love your pinks! The garden around the oak tree looks so neat and tidy! You've inspired me to work on my garden. Love the gardening shed and the water cans lined up on the bench. I, too, am now on the lookout for watering cans! Love the flower boxes on the porch!

ornamentsbypink said...

Hi Ann what beautiful pictures! The pink flowers in your yard are so pretty! I have a lot of pink and blue flowers in my garden, can't wait to see them if it ever warms up!
Mary

Rhonda said...

HI Ann,
I love everything about your blog!! Love, love your flower garden!!
I am your newest follower! I am a brand new blogger; therefore, I am just learning! I hope you will stop by to visit me sometime!

I am looking forward to getting to know you!!
~~~rhonda~~~

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Ann: I just love your back yard. It is so beautiful. I need to get to my yard too. The weather has not let it happen for me. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

GardenofDaisies said...

We share a love for pink flowers!! And for things that belonged to our grandmother. :-)

O Huang said...

A lovely garden....