Sunday, March 25, 2012

This Garden is ... All in the "Family"

This Garden is ...All in the "Family"

Growing up we spent most of time in the garden.  Whether we were at my childhood home or my (Grandma) Ma's house....the Spring garden was alway flooded with colors and brings back the fondest of childhood memories...
Phlox from my Mothers Garden....




Hens and Chicks from by Brother...Elton






Wisteria... transplanted from my Grandmother's garden...Love the beautiful shades of purple...the  sweet smell...



...and a blanket of blooms fill the air....



A Showy Azalea.... Knockout Rose from my hubby for our Anniversary...



...one of my favorite's...we just added last fall... "Buttercups" ....Growing up Ma always had vases and vases full of "Butercups" every Spring....



One of my Mother's favorites is the hosta... this beauty was transplanted.from my Mama Lexie's garden via my Mom...this is her rusty bucket..I just love it.




 Working in the garden is another creative outlet... I love.  A garden to be proud of ..passed down from generation to generation...and enjoy fondly bcause it is... All in the "Family" .

Happy Spring,

Susan


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10 comments:

  1. Lovely photos ~ thanks so much for sharing your memories! hugs, mb

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  2. Spring like photos are divine! ~ MA is still 'in winter mode' ~ had summer for 3 days ~ LOL ~ so your pics warm me up ~thanks, namaste, ^_^ linked w/ Outdoor Wednesday

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  3. Wisteria is the flower I would love to plant this year. Your garden is pretty.

    Kim,USA

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  4. Such beauty. I'm missing being home this time of year, piddling in my yard.

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  5. Beautiful, beautiful! Flowers are such a delight!

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  6. Your garden is memorable and lovely. I love how it is handed down and growing so wonderful for you!

    my first visit to your blog, via Newbie Reunion Party- so nice to meet you, Pat

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  7. Enjoyed finding a new blogger. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. Blessings, Debbie

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  8. Beautiful! What a sweet post. Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

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  9. Susan, what a beautiful and meaningful garden!

    Thank you so much for being a part of the creative sharing at Rook No. 17! I hope we'll have the pleasure of your company and creativity at tomorrow's "A Little Birdie Told Me..."

    Warmest wishes,
    Jenn

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