TODAY'S DEVOTIONAL

Monday, May 14, 2012

Tour of Dot's Spring Gardens Part Two: Pink and White

Good Morning!  We are taking tours of Dot's (my mother) flower gardens. She has so many flowers that in one short morning I had taken 149 photos before I even knew it.  I thought that I would share them with you.
I hope each of you had a wonderful Mother's Day yesterday.  I certainly did, and I am so blessed. My mother is still with us and I have been blessed with the most precious children. Thank you God. 


Dot's Pink and White Garden









At Hibiscus House
I thought that an update would be good on the lettuce growing on higher ground.
This was when We Had To Move The Lettuce to Higher Ground




That was then April 30th
This is now: May 13th



It really likes higher ground and so do I.  We ate from it last night and look forward to lots of salads...needs to be thinned out.

I hope you enjoyed our tour.



The links are below to all of Dot's Spring Garden Tours:

Tour of Dot's Gardens Part One:  The Red Gardens
Tour of Dot's Gardens Part Two:  The Pink and White Gardens
Tour of Dot's Gardens Part Three:  The Yard Ornaments
Tour of Dot's Gardens Part Four:  The Bird Houses
Tour of Dot's Gardens Part Five:  The Garden Furniture









  

8 comments:

  1. What a beautiful mix of flowers. Looks like an English cottage garden.

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  2. Every thing is beautiful. The Bees and Butterflies must love her yard.

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  3. Your Mama's gardens are absolutely amazing. So are your lettuce boxes by the way. I am jealous. I have to trudge up a hill to the garden to get mine. Your boxes are so close and convenient, I love it. I hope you had a great Mother's Day Dolly. Have a good night.

    Heidi

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  4. The flowers are so pretty, good job. I've never see a rail pot for lettuce! How unique and easy to reach.

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  5. Really beautiful gardens! I love the salad window boxes and they are pretty to boot! Thanks for sharing your mamma's gardens with us!

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  6. Everything is so beautiful. I so enjoy stopping by and learning from you and seeing all that you have to share! Thank you and God Bless!

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  7. Gorgeous views! Love that you're growing lettuce on your railings. Clever!

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  8. I have my Mother's "Bashful Betsy" that you have in your garden. I have mine in my hydrangea garden.

    Susie

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