Tuesday, May 27, 2008

A Tiny Tour!

Hope you all had a great weekend!!

We were very busy hosting the Memorial Day BBQ!

It was fun, but we had unseasonably cool weather for Southern California.

I just wanted to do a little post today, so I walked around my yard a bit.


The fuchsia is blooming.
The hydrangeas are just starting to bloom. The little violas look cute.
My rabbit is being surrounded.

This is a great time of year for the gardens, and it's just starting.

Hope you have a great week!
Love,
Rosemary

22 comments:

The Old Painted Cottage said...

Hi Rosemary, even though I've seen your garden dozens of times, it just gets more charming each time. Must be all the love you put into it. That and flea market treasures.

Enjoyed bumping into you too yesterday.

oxox
Jennifer

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Your garden and flowers are beautiful!
Love that little bunny.

Kimberly :)

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

Everything looks great! I especially like the bunny and the hydrangea. We just planted some (very small) hydrangeas yesterday that were my belated Mother's Day Gift from hubby. I hope they will grow up to be pretty like yours! :)

PAT said...

Rosemary, I loved the walk around your gardens!

I did indeed buy the wire cloches from Carol. Aren't they the greatest! I knew I had to have them, the first time I saw them.

Have a wonderful week!
Pat

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Hi Rosemary, your garden looks so pretty. Hydrangeas are my favorite!
Becky

Fete et Fleur said...

How very beautiful Rosemary! My very favorite is the hydrangea. It looks like a fluffy pink cloud!

xx Nancy

Susie Q said...

So pretty and oh so charming..just like you!
Of course, you knew I would especially love the rabbit! Such a lovely spot in which to sit and dream...

Love,
Sue

Storybook Woods said...

beautiful, I am so glad you had a lovely weekend xoxoxo Clarice

Simply Me Art said...

Everything looks so Pretty! I have that Same Black Bunny! I put a rhinestone necklace on her and she sits on the landing of my stairs. Of course both of her ears are glued back on cuz of kiddos throwing balls and running thru my house. I just couldn't part with her. have a wonderful week, Jamie

hopetreestudio said...

Hi
Love the flowers oh so pretty! I did tag you on my blog. No worries if you can't play along no pressure. Denise

Natasha Burns said...

What a charming garden! I love the bunny, he's such a sweet touch!

Kathy said...

lovely! your hydrangea looks so gorgeous and healthy! Do you feed it something special to create the color you want or that purely Mother Nature's touch?

Mermaid Queen said...

Beautiful flowers Rosemary. Glad you had a nice weekend. Love the black bunny and violas. ~Martha

Donna O. said...

Love the "little tour". My hydrangas are just blooming now, too. Seems early to me but maybe not? Yours is a beautiful color!
D.

Maija said...

Hi Rosemary! I found your lovely blog through a link posted by Denise- she tagged us both!

TattingChic said...

Cute little garden! Thanks for the tour...tours must be in this week.

Jenn Thorson said...

Ah, your hydrangeas are gorgeous-- I'm still waiting for mine. My plants have leafed, and there are buds, but it'll be another few weeks before they get nice fluffy heads like yours.

Your little French abode would just not seem right without hydrangeas! :)

Hope you have a great weekend.

Linda said...

Hi Rosemary, I enjoyed my walk...your garden is so pretty. Beautiful hydrangea and I've always loved fuchias. Lucky little rabbit as a perfect spot too. hugs, Linda

Valarie said...

Rosemary, your flowers are beautiful. The nice weather has been "teasing" us here in Colorado. Nice one day, cool the next. Have a wonderful weekend. Valarie

The Decorated House said...

Hi!
Lovely garden pictures. Hope your daughter had a really wonderful birthday. He smile is beautiful.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving your sweet note.
Donna

agata said...

I feel a fragrance of your flowers:))

Robolady said...

I've got to get me one of those Fushia plants. I saw one at a garden center and fell in love. do they bloom all summer?
Margo