Monday, March 29, 2010
Saturday, March 27, 2010
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Monday, March 22, 2010
I live in Southern California and the weather has been in the 80s for the past week. I have a wonderful spring start for this year!
I also have it in bright orange too. It blooms all summer long, but only in the spring time it looks like a carpet of color. And at night all the flowers close up too!
Every spring I look forward to my Wisteria to bloom in my patio. They are only in bloom for about 3-4 weeks every year. The smell is outrageous!
This yellow rose bush is called St Patrick's. It always has it's first blooms in March. (I guess that is why they call it St Patrick's?) The stems of each rose are really long and make great long stem roses. My Tulips are blooming throughout my garden too. I have a problem with my tulips because the gophers love them and I have to make sure they are planted somewhere where it doesn't get that much water during the summer months or the bulb will rot in the ground. This is a pretty white Clematis vine that blooms every spring and the fragrance is so wonderful!
The flowers are so pretty and all bunched up together
This is another pretty spring, sweet smelling vine bush, Yellow JasmineFor more pretty blooms, please go visit Ms Jean at Green Thumb Jean's Blog!
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
I love this vintage doily I picked up for only $1.00
For more Red today on a green day, be sure to go visit Sue at It's A Cherry World!
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Saturday, March 13, 2010
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Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
I love my pink daisy bush too! A sure sign that spring is NEAR!
Everything is epoxy or screwed together to last years in your garden. I have even painted and sealed the wood staircase pole to with stand the outside elements too
I love the touch of the vintage brooch on the spoon's handle!
This can be used as a bird feeder, bird bath or just plain garden decor
Do you ever wonder how to easily clean your garden
bird feeders or ceramic bird baths?
Here is a tea cup bird feeder that is over 6 years old. I always leave it in the garden all year long. This is it at the start of this month, all dirty and crusty with water deposits, mud and dirt. Yuck!
I pour CLR into the cup and plate. You can actually watch it start to break up all the deposits. I leave it to clean about 5 minutes. No need to scrub, CLR will do it all.
Just take a hose and rinse it clean! Here it is 5 minutes later all clean and ready for its spring visitors!
To see more of my tea cup bird feeders and garden decor, please click here!