It seems this week shows the yard still in transition from the spring flowers, to the summer flowers.
The geraniums on the front porch are filling in
The large variety is starting to bud
The Phlox will be blooming in a week or two
All varieties of my hydrangea bushes are loaded. This is my Nikko Blue
My Annabelle hydrangea is doing great, last year the groundhogs chewed it and all that left was sticks! I see no groundhogs this year...maybe they were finally afraid of Heidi?
Endless Summer Hydrangea
Astilbe among the hosta and ferns
New Dawn Climber on the cottage
Time to sit and have some lunch
Have a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday!
Great post. If you have time today,Tuesday, drop by my place.
I would love to have a seat on your patio set and see all your beautiful flowers first hand! I'm loving the Picasso Petunias...I've never seen those before! Thanks for sharing!
I just love your yard. Every time your blog comes up I enjoy seeing your header. That table and chairs is awesome!!! I like them just the way they are and also that cute little white fence piece or gate...not sure what it is but it's good! Beautiful flowers too!
You have such a wonderful variety of annnuals and perinials. Everything complements the other.
Spring looks good in your garden. My hydrangea didn't make it through the winter. Any suggestions? cheers. ann
Yay for Spring and all the beautiful colors. I love seeing all the pretty flowers.
I love seeing your flowers. That Picasso petunia is beautiful, I've never seen it before.
Wonderful photos!! Happy Outdoor Wednesday!!
All your flowers are so pretty! And the fun garden sculptures too! It's much cooler than 90 here, so come on over!!
Pretty, pretty, pretty! Ok- the diner on the Square is the White House Cafe- and the one you want is across from Birkey's- used to be Oggie's Diner. Steve and Shirley Parsley bought it and run it now. Haven't been to either one, but hear S&S is the best.
Having a really bad night. Went to bed too early and still feel yucky. Heading back there!
Whew...you must be tired after weeding and taking care of all those flowers. Think I'll sit a spell and we can chat on that nice patio set.
You certainly have a green thumb! Everything looks so good-you need to be on a garden tour!
Sigh. My green thumb is just the result of slipping it into a paint can. Your flowers are lovely and the Eiffel Tower - tres chic!
You posted my very favorite flowers...geraniums and hydrangeas. :)
I visited your Blog today, and while reading it, I noticed that we like alot of same things. I love roses, especially red. Hummingbirds are my favorite, and I am into genealogy also. Me and my daughters just started a new Blog which also talks about the simple things in life. It will have events that we attend and pictures of the different countries that my daughters have traveled to and things that bring us happiness. We would love it if you would visit us. The link is: http://redrosealley.blogspot.com
Have a sweet day,
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley
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