Loverly....as in "Wouldn't it be loverly...-:) It will be here soon enough! February and March always seem sooo long to me.
For a moment, I thought this was current...I nearly lost it. haha! But then I actually read your post. Lovely gardens Grace, I so admire them. Your pathways and plant combinations are really beautiful.
You really do have a glorious garden dear Grace. So hard to find time to blog but so delighted to be able to visit. Hope you have a great week and off to a beautiful March. xx
Even some of your foliage is pink! I love that Mukdenia. Too back its a heavy drinker.
Ohhh...sooo lovely Grace! You're bringing such good memories of summer which will be here in about two and a half weeks at this rate. Love your photos, thanks for sharing.
Lovely photos as usual. I'm so ready for Spring! It didn't get out of the 30's all day yesterday and the wind chill was in the teens. Not as bad as up East but cold for South Texas. Just made me more eager for the sun to shine warm again and make the plants happy.
Hello GraceYour garden is beautiful ;-)see you soonByeChristine
Great title! I appreciate the way you label your photos, because I can hover over them to find out the names of the plants. Your garden in June is as pretty as your garden in September or your garden in January. :)
Ah, just what I needed. Thanks, Grace!
A little glimpse of June is just what the doctor ordered. Thank you!
I think every year should have a June-uary! More snow/ice here and my garden is frozen solid. I need all the colorful pics you can post! Sigh...
Hi Grace, it was fun spending some time "strolling" in your June garden. I am so tired of being cold in the house, dressed in layers!
Grace this was a treat to see what will be blooming before we know it....I am dreaming of warm breezes and irises scent following me around the garden.
Ah June, you beautiful month, you. Great photos.
Thank you for being here! Your comments feed my soul.