15.6.09

~In my garden this week ~ #14~

I’ve been a very poor blog pal lately. There is too much going on around here, and not enough hours in the day. If I owe you a visit or an email, I'm sorry, I will get around to it.
Apart from grass cutting and tidying nothing much has happened in the garden. Lots more in bloom and the seeds are coming up already. Including the wall flowers Lynda..thank you!
After a fun weekend that included a retirement party for PH and me, I woke up not feeling too good. A visit to the Dr. confirmed I have a virus. Hopefully it will soon pass as we have plans for an Art Gallery visit and lunch with friends tomorrow.
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These pictures were taken in the garden yesterday, I think summer is here. What’s happening in your garden this week?  IMG_1460IMG_1463IMG_1455IMG_1452IMG_1458IMG_1445IMG_1468IMG_1453IMG_1450IMG_1451

15 comments:

  1. Hooray! The Wallflowers made it! So pleased! Hope the virus doesn't leave you feeling like chewed string. The blue iris are a wonderful colour. xxx

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  2. Aloha Sheila,
    Your flowers are simply gorgeous.. On days when things are dank and dreary here, it's lovely to get a glimpse into your little PEACE of paradise..
    Thank you for sharing..
    Peace, Kai

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  3. sorry to know you are feeling poorly. just sit in your garden and let nature's beauty heal you.
    with hugs,
    xoxoxoxoxo

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  4. I hope you are feeling better! Take care of your SELF. I am sending you a get better vibe..here it comes))))))) Love your pretty flowers!

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  5. the no clue could be viburnum.. snowball plant... not sure though.. hope you are feeling better xo

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  6. Love what's happening in your garden, Sheila! Hope you are feeling better. Sending good wishes your way!

    Hugs,
    Donna

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  7. Hope you are enjoying the Art Gallery in good health today.Your garden is lovely. I spent an hour this morning pulling weeds. They pop up regularly around here.
    Still more to pull.

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  8. What a wonderful colour those iris' are, lots of rain here and everything is lush and green, the roses are going to be really good this year. Hope you are feeling better very soon and you can enjoy your Art Gallery and lunch properly.

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  9. I hope you're feeling better. You and I should form a group called Poor Blog Pals....I've been terrible lately. Someone keeps stealing hours from my days!!

    As always I'm jealous of all your gorgeous flowers!

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  10. It's a busy time for everyone who is active outside. No worries; the pics you posted have more than made up for your absence! You are growing a beautiful garden!

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  11. Congratulations on all the colour and growth in your garden, it all looks so fresh and lovely.
    Let me know what you think of the AGO, I am planning a trip there in a couple of weeks.

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  12. Ooh what gorgeous blooms! I love the blue of the Irises. I too find it so difficult to keep up with all the lovely blogs I follow, if I'm not careful I can spend all day on it, which is very enjoyable but nothing else gets done!
    I do hope you feel better soon, take care.

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  13. Fantastic photos, Dear Sheila :)

    I hope you get over your virus soon...xxx

    I have posted a little video this time...come and let it cheer you up :)

    http://ourlittlecornerofparadise.blogspot.com/2009/06/barleycorn-meditation-in-june.html

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  14. It is all lovely mother! Just lovely.
    I know what you mean about busy.
    Summer is like that. It's downtime for bloggers...just wait until the first cold snap! Everyone will be back at the keyboard.
    My garden is overgrown. The other is non existent and needs to get started. Would you like to help?
    xoxo

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  15. I love all the pictures of the garden! It is looking wonderful! I wish I could get ours that way! Weeds are just taking over! :(

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