Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Thursday Thirteen - 117 - 13 Views of My Garden

Welcome to my garden!

Stroll around, savour the sights and scents. Some of these blooms appeared earlier in the season, some are out now.














1 - Quince
















2 - Forget-me-nots

















3 - Peonies

















4 - Kolkwitzia

















5 - Astilbe

















6 - My Jacobite Alba rose

















7 - Bellflower

















8 - Blackberry blossom

















9 - Daylilies

















10 - Clematis

















11 - My Monster Rose bush which could take over the world! Otherwise known as an American Pillar rambler.

















12 - The Aunt Sheila rose (the one we planted in remembrance of her)

















13 - Common fleabane and heirloom lilies which I bought at the Cole Harbour farm museum plant sale a few years ago.

Jennifer McKenzie says Your garden shows the love you have for gardening.

Rims says A remedy for all despair :)...see, the view of it is turining me poetic :)

I Beati says My favorite post today. Oh the joy and therapy in this garden.

18 comments:

Adelle Laudan said...

Very nice! Thanks for sharing. Happy T13!

MsSnarkyPants said...

Wow those are beautiful!!! I especially love the bell flowers. I didn't realize that clematis could grow so far north. I guess it must have lumped it together with bougainvillea in my mind. Gorgeous Garden!

Jennifer McKenzie said...

Beautiful, Julia! Your garden shows the love you have for gardening. So impressive.

Hazel said...

I love them all! If only I could live in a place with a garden, and not in a busy metropolis where you see drab technology at every turn.

Shelley Munro said...

Very pretty. I really like the peonies. It's not cold enough to grow them here in Auckland.

Americanising Desi said...

can i have ur garden pleaseeeeeeeeeeeee

Dear life, 13 things I want today

Rims said...

Loved the lilies and ponies....I wish I had such a garden...heaven on Earth...a remedy for all despair :)...see the view of it is turining me poetic :)

Have a great weekend ahead!

Hootin' Anni said...

Julia...each and every ONE of these 13 photos is breathtaking.

My Thursday's road signs & slogans are posted...come on over if you need some laughter!

Happy 13'ing!!

i beati said...

My favorite post today .oh the joy and therapy in this garden

Michelle Johnson said...

Beautiful flowers. I think your rose bush is gorgeous. You are quite the gardener, Julia. Have a great day.

jillconyers said...

A beautiful garden. I envy people that have a talent for not killing plants.

Sandee said...

Yes, your garden does show your love for gardening. It's breathtakingly beautiful.

Have a terrific day. :)

Paige Tyler said...

Great pics!

*hugs*
Paige

My TT is at http://paigetylertheauthor.blogspot.com/

Andi said...

I envy people with green thumbs. I can't grow a darn thing, but I love spending time in beautiful gardens like yours. It's good for the soul.

TheChicGeek said...

Beautiful! You have such a lovely blog :D You showcase everything I love...nature, art, books, poetry...Love it!

So nice to visit you here :D

Have a Happy Day!

Kelly Boyce said...

Its looking better than mine. Mine started out great but between the rain pounded the plants to the ground and the STUPID ants eating my marigolds I'm back to square one. ARgh...

Travis said...

I think I've decided that I like big substantial flowers...peonies, rhodies, carnations, roses. These kinds of big blossoms are very appealing.

I like a few delicate flowers, too. But my preference is for the bigger ones.

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

If you ever come visit me, make sure you come with gardening ideas. I want this sort of gorgeous lushness in my own yard!