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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

BLOOMING

Good Day Prim Folk,  cloudy day here with a cool breeze,  looks like an in the house day kinda day.  I did get out in my flower beds yesterday and did a good weeding. It was a beautiful sunny morning, my favorite time to be outside with the birds singing. The beds look nice and clean now, many  flowers blooming so had to go out with the camera and snap a few pictures to post. .....Wishing you a cozy summer day, Blessings Francine.
LADY SLIPPER


FORGET-ME-KNOTS ..white?

LEOPARD'S BANE

MOSS PHLOX

BLEEDING HEARTS

OLD MARSHMELLOW TIN OF PETUNIA'S

21 comments:

  1. Oh, your hard work has paid off.
    Your garden looks beautiful, Francine!

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  2. I don't think I've seen lady slipper before or if I did, just didn't know what they were called. Especially love the petunias in the tin!

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  3. Beautiful gardens!! Love the lady slipper.... so dainty! Your bleeding hearts are wonderful, as are the petunias in the tin....... actually, it's all just wonderful!!

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  4. Those petunias look so pretty in that old tin and oh how I love the Lady's slippers! Enjoy your day my friend! Hugs!

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  5. Hi, Francine,
    I love the tin on the old blue bench with petunias. So pretty! I also enjoy seeing what you grow in your northern garden. I have never seen several of those plants growing around here...the lady slipper and leopard bane.
    Melinda

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  6. Love your flowers!! I only had 3 blooms on my lady slipper, yours are beautiful!!

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  7. You have a beautiful assortment of flowers!

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  8. I love the forget-me-nots and the phlox. My daughter has both all around her house. So pretty.

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  9. Pretty Francine, I love the blue marshmallow tin!
    Hugs
    Earlene

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  10. Love the lady slippers and bleeding hearts are one of my favorites.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  11. Looks like you have lots blooming unless you have alot more flowers. They all are beautiful Francine.

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  12. OMG that Lady's slipper is to die for! I cannot imagine having one in my yard! I have bleeding hearts, trillium, Jack in the pulpit, lots of wild flowers but no lady's slippers.They are my favorite!

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  13. So pretty. I especially love the bleeding heart.

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  14. Wow!
    beautiful..feels good to work in the garden.
    Woolie Hugs

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  15. Really pretty, Francine - Love the purple Petunias. We had a nice shower last night: settled the dust.

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  16. LOVE the flowers!! especially the tuneys in the old tin!! That's ok about the strawberries I know you like the old prim look. I tend to be whimsical n prim!! LOL I try to do things different sometimes and it still comes out Fran style!! LOL I can't wait for you to see what those lil strawberries are in!! I've got it almost done I am so excited to see it finished!! Just putting the end details on it!! Talk to ya later gator!! XOXO Love ya Fran.

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  17. Your flowers are so pretty. It all looks beautiful.

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  18. Just want to say "loverly!" I'm still trying to get some sort
    of a garden going in the presence of lots of deer. Everything
    must be caged (no free range flowers) or fenced except
    for a few things that they don't like. Any ideas? Julia

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  19. Your flowers are so pretty ! I enjoyed them especially your Lady Slippers! :)

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  20. Such pretty flower pics! It was a overcast and very chilly day here in Wisconsin. But I hear that it's supposed to hit 90 next week and then I'll be telling you how hot it is. LOL

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