Tuesday, May 12, 2015

In The Garden

"Gardening is medicine that does not need a prescription ... And with no limit on dosage."
- Author unknown -

Short on time and short on words, so please enjoy the photos below that I took while strolling through my garden Sunday morning. I hope they put a smile on your face.












Wishing you all a beautiful day ahead.

34 comments:

  1. How can it not be a beautiful day starting with your beautiful flowers, wonderful sweet, sweet you girl ;)

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    1. Good morning, girl (now on Wednesday!). I hope you have a beautiful day ahead.

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  2. I have more than a smile on my face, Martha! I have uplifted spirits and awed exclamations coming out of my mouth! Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos. I just checked on your Miniaturopolis site ~ The photos are brilliant. You are so cleverly creative. Have a happy Tuesday!

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    1. Hahaha...you make me smile! That energy of yours even come through in your writing.

      I am loving that new site. It's my playground!

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  3. What lovely photo's - the colours are amazing.

    All the best Jan

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  4. you're Magnolia is at its peak, just wonderful.

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    1. It is actually my neighbour's magnolia. But because a significant part of it hangs over our fence, it becomes part of our garden.

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  5. Awesome garden. Awesome shots!

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    1. Thanks, Red. I had a little help from Mother Nature :)

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  6. Beautiful pix! Must be a nice garden!

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    1. It truly is. And a very peaceful setting to relax in.

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  7. Wow! These are gorgeous. What spring beauty! :)

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    1. Best time of the year, in my opinion. The earth awakens!

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  8. The close-up detail on that final flower is fantastic! Must be a domestic crocus of some description, I would think.

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    1. It's the Pulsatilla vulgaris (Pasque-flower), which certainly produces crocus-like flowers. This is one of my favourite plants in the garden.

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  9. I love that quote, I will post it in the shed at our community garden! Lois

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    1. It's a really good one. Definitely worth posting!

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  10. They are so lovely. I especially like the last one.

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    1. This is my favourite time of the year when the earth awakens and all these gorgeous flowers emerge.

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  11. These are beautiful photos of beautiful blossoms/plants, Martha! Nice job. Don't you just LOVE this time of year?

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    1. I certainly do, Jim! Spring is my favourite season. For obvious reasons.

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  12. Beautiful shots! The flowers are lovely!

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    1. There are flowers popping up everywhere. Each day brings with it a new surprise! I love this time of year.

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  13. Brilliant. The last one is my Top Pick.

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    1. It's so much fun this time of year taking pics of these gorgeous flowers. Love it.

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    2. I've just done the amusement park so far. So I have to
      live through your spring flower photos.

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    3. You MUST share photos of the amusement park. That is such a cool photo shoot.

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