Tuesday, April 14, 2009

glimpses

of spring












in my garden

14 comments:

R.L. Bourges said...

Hurray for the garden and hurray for you, lettuce.
Thanks for the glimpse. Really appreciated.

lusks said...

Absolutely stunning pictures, spring is definitely here.

Squirrel said...

beautiful! What a way to de-stress, just step into your garden!



My pink bleeding hearts are in bloom too! I have dark blue forget-me -nots, and hope to get to work on a serious herb garden soon.

ArtSparker said...

Lovely, My Shakespeare company wants to do Midsummer Night's Dream there, because titania would be right at home.

Akelamalu said...

Spring has definitely Sprung! :)

Gorilla Bananas said...

That's a fine collection of salad, I must say!

Steve said...

Amazing, Lettuce! What's on the fence in the photo of the white flowers on the branch? It looks like a gray bird, but actually I think it's some sort of inanimate object.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

sweet......woodruff! and all the other lovelies - you are so much further along than we are! I love forget-me-not flowers, they always make me smile.

thanks for brightening up my rainy day!

Barbara said...

Oo-la-la! Spring is lovely everywhere!

Gary said...

Beautiful.

I love how you have been able to make your photos so large on your blog. It really lets us dive right into them.

joyce said...

I feel like i can smell it...

Mama Zen said...

Gorgeous!

lettuce said...

spring is definately here, i'm glad you like the pictures.

ArtSparker, Titania and the rest of your company would be most welcome

Gorilla Its not for eating.

Steve, it is an inanimate little grey bird - a little sculpture.

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Lettuce

Thanks for popping by - good to hear from you. I've now caught up with your posts too, and love these garden photos. Sweet woodruff - I'd forgotten about that. We had masses in our previous garden but nothing so lovely in this one, and the yellow lamium too. I must go plant shopping ...

Love your felted bags by the way.

Sue x