Monday, March 29, 2010

It's Blooming Tuesday Today!

Today is Blooming Tuesday and I love to join Jean over at Miss Green Thumb Jean's Blog and show what is blooming in my garden today.


The weather has been wonderful here, in the upper 80's and low 90's. It has really put a big smile on my spring garden. The weatherman says its suppose to rain Wednesday, so that will be even more wonderful for my garden.
I love this double tea cup bird feeder I made for my garden out of a old wall lamp fixture.

I also love Calla Lilies! They are great to cut and have indoors in a vase. I have them growing by my waterfall for my fish pond and they love the light spray from the water. They are bulbs so don't have them where the ground gets to wet or the bulbs will rot. They will also multiply every year so you can dig up the extra bulbs and plant somewhere else!






I have a area where I have Prim Roses growing. They are so pretty. I just love all the vivid and variety of colors they have. They like semi shade and lots of water and they will come back year after year.

18 comments:

Aiyana said...

Love the Calla Lillies--I usually buy a Calla Lilly houseplant. Some people grow them here in ponds or very close to ponds with splashing water. They lose their leaves in summer, but they grow back in fall. I think I'll stick to a once a year houseplant!
Aiyana

Darla said...

So beautiful, I can't wait for my Callas to start popping up!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Lovely! I adore your calla lilies! Everything looks so springy!

Happy Easter, Ann. Hope yours is especially blessed...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Suzanne said...

Your garden is always a highlight at Bloomin' Tuesday. Today it is just beautiful. The lillies are gorgeous!

Nezzy said...

Your Callas are smashing! I love the vibrant colors of your little primroses. Things are turnin' green here in the Ozarks but my daffodils haven't even bloomed yet but I'm thinkin' soon and very soon. I can feel it in my bones and smell it in the air! Ahhhh, Spring!

Have a blessed day and thanks for sharin' your beautiful blooms!

Connie said...

I love them all, but my favorites are the primroses, sugar! I think I'll get some for the garden this year and also some hyacinths to grow in pots indoors. I hear they do well and fragrance the house magnificently, chickee!!
xoxo,
Connie

Darlene said...

Morning Ann,

Your garden is ALWAYS full of gorgeous flowers! LOVE it!! We are supposed to hit the low 80's for the next several days. WOOHOO I am ready!!!♥

Julie Harward said...

WOW..the flowers are so pretty! Love the tea cup bird feeder too, just so sweet! Thanks for the visit and kindness...come more often! :D

Elena said...

I love your bird feeder and your Calla Lilies. Just beautiful!!

Jean said...

Love the bird feeder! Cute idea. Your cala lilies are wonderful. I have one in a pot on the deck. You know prim roses are one of my spring favorites. I would love to find the yellow edged in red. Lovely! Jean

Shelia said...

Oh, this is so pretty! Wish I could grown Calla lillies! I seem to have a black thumb anymore! :)
Thanks so much for popping in to see our little Carter.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What beautiful flowers. I can see many hours spent outside enjoying their beauty.. your planter out of an old light is genius..
hugs ~lynne~

Farm Chick Paula said...

Oh, everything looks so gorgeous, Ann! I can just imagine how sweet the fragrance must be!

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Your teacup feeder is adorable! I don't have bird feeder because of my cats, but it would make a pretty garden decoration even without the feed!

L said...

I hope Green acres has a guest room...my bags are packed! I want some of your California sunshine and to spend time in that gorgeous garden!
Sorry it's been so long since I've popped in. Everything looks so beautiful!
Hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter!
Hugs
L from Sage Patch

Charlotte said...

Happy Pink Saturday! Does your garden stay this beautiful all year long? You always have such beuatiful pictures. I have always loved calla lilies but have nver tried growing them. Do you think I could get to live, and be as beautiful as yours,here in South Carolina? The weather cahnges so much but I was able to get foxgloves to return every year, so I should be able to get calla lilies to grow. I am going to try and I will let you know my results.

Sherry from Alabama said...

Ooops! I'm too early for Pink Saturday, but while I'm here I wanted to wish you a blessed Easter.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

How I would love to stroll thru your yard. I think calla lilies are so classy....a very beautiful flower. I only have one.

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