Thursday, May 1, 2008

Let's celebrate spring

Show & Tell:

Let's show you my spring garden.

Thanks Kelly for her hosting...

Spring is a time when gardeners need no encouragement.

plump buds and birdsong to stir the imagination.

The great advantage of gardening in containers is that,like furnitures,

containers can be moved around to create a new look, with pride of place

given to those plants that are performing best.

Like my pink rose.


To own a bit of ground to scratch it with a hoe,to plant seeds,and watch their renewal of life this is the commonest delight of the race,the most satisfactory things a man can do.
Charles Dudly Warner

From my little cute book of Garden Lovers.



Mary said...

Your flower photos are simply gorgeous. I especially like the Salam. I've never seen it before that I know of.

Thanks so much for sharing.

Penless Thoughts said...

Very lovely!!

Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful! I love all the clay against all the dainty blossoms!! Just gorgeous.

Happy Show n Telling ---
Happy Friday.

A Hint of Home said...

I like all your garden containers. They make the living space outside so inviting.

The Feathered Nest said...

Beautiful spring blooms! I really love those wall pockets filled with pansies!


Constance said...

I've never thought about planting in containers much before now. Yours are gorgeous and I like the idea of moving them around to where they accent your surroundings! Thanks for sharing!

Love Bears All Things said...

Very pretty! My roses are blooming also. Thanks for sharing.
Mama Bear

Anita said...

Dear Seeb,

thank you so much for your nice words on my little green paradise. Your container garden looks very nice! I love pansies, too! You ask me for some gardening advice, where can I help you (if I can)?

Best wishes, Anita

The Apron Queen said...

What a beautiful & colorful garden! Thank you for sharing. My garden is needing some weeding. Only growing sunflowers this year, but LOTS of them.

Stop by & see the new addition to our family:

Riverhill Garden Supplies said...

The terracotta wall pot has been planted up well and looks great. I brought my wall pots in this winter having lost some to the frosts last year.