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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday

 

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It’s Outdoor Wednesday!  Yay!  Please visit the lovely Susan @ http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/  Thank you Susan!  Check out the rest of the participants as well.  Leave comments please.

  Very pretty!

 

Welcome!

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I’d like to share one of my little climbing rose bushes.  It used to be planted along my house but we decided to move it.  I’m happy to say that it made the transition and is thriving!  hee hee! 

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My snapdragons are growing so fast!  I think they enjoy being by my statue of Mary. :)  The rose bush behind “her” gives a very pretty white rose that is full of scent.  I love taking in the different scents my roses have.  

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This precious angel is happy and content to be part of my garden. :)

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This little faux rabbit is enjoying the shade that the rose bush gives him.  IMG_2773

And this precious little angel says “bye bye for now” :)

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Have a lovely Wednesday!

Sandra

15 comments:

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

wow...gorgeous roses...do you work with them all the time...

shopannies said...

very very pretty

Sandra said...

Thoughtfully blended hearts, I don't work on my roses like I should. I think the key for me is that I apply miracle grow to every rose bush I have. We also use Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for Roses
when we plant them. (I sound like a commercial here. hee hee) But..It really does help the rose bushes. I also water plenty and clip off the roses that are spent.

the wild raspberry said...

cute statues!
and those snapdragons!!wow...i've never seen such big ones. they are fantastic.
have a great day.
chasity

Christi said...

Lovely garden. Love the roses.

Christi @ A Southern Life
http://asouthernlife.com

Miller Racing Family said...

Love the photos. I really like the ones by the fence and the angel, what great color. Hope you have a blessed Wednesday!

ginny said...

I love your flowers. WE have such a hard time with flowers because there is so much rock and clay beneath the suface.
Roses smell so wonderful and are so pretty!

Amy said...

Totally loving your gorgeous roses. You have quite the green thumb! Amy :)

Brenda said...

Lovely sculptures in a lovely garden. Glad to meet you!
Brenda

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Sandra,
You have a lovely garden! Your statues and flowers are all beautiful.

Thanks so much for your visit today!

:) Diane

Stacey said...

Hi Sandra. Thanks for coming to visit me. I remember visiting your blog before. Your gardens are very pretty. Aren't you in Texas?

Ashley ~ said...

I love your garden, and especially the sweet angels*! I also love your favorite scripture, and since going through my journey through Ovarian Cancer, I have added so many more to my list of favorites. I love that as a child, I was taught the importance of hiding the word in my heart, and now it seems that no matter what I am going through, the perfect scripture comes to mind to calm me and remind me that HE is in control. I am so blessed that you stopped by my blog today, and I am so happy that I found yours. I will be back*! _Ashley*

Olive Rue said...

I really enjoyed your OW photos. You have some beautiful images. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I hope to see you again!

Cass @ That Old House said...

I don't know how I missed your OW post yesterday! GORGEOUS roses. They are my favorite flower, too -- right next to peonies, lol.

Congratulations on your oldest son being accepted into medical school. I know from my daughters and their friends that all grad school slots were very competitive this year -- my daughter's best friend applied to 50 med schools, was accepted at ONE.

I have one daughter in grad school in California, another just starting grad school at Rutgers in August. Wow ... don't they grow up fast?

Well, you can be VERY proud of your stunning roses, AND your obviously brilliant son!
Cass
(thanks for visiting That Old House!)

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

Sorry I am late getting around to visit... I hope you had a Happy Outdoor Wednesday....and that you will participate again soon! Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan