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Stop and Smell the Flowers

7.09.2010

I know what you were thinking since my previous post. That you wanted to see more pictures of the flowers in the perennial beds.  Lucky for your I have been playing with my camera so you can see what is actually growing back there.  And for me to refer back to in when I am feeling dreary in the winter. 

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And there is is still a whole lot more that I am sparing you from as I am thinking ‘flowers” are giving “dogs” a run for their money in the most frequent photo subject in our house.  Do you have a favorite?  Or something else I should add next year?

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10 comments on "Stop and Smell the Flowers"
  1. Gorgeous! And great to look at on a rainy day too!

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  2. Those are lovely photos! I love wave petunias. :)

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  3. your have such a lovely garden growing - very pretty!

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  4. Looks beautiful. All my flowers are dying of thirst we need rain!

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  5. Beautiful, just beautiful! I am jealous of your variety of flowers. I always just get the same old thing that is easily accessible from our local nurseries, but I may try the catalogs next time because it seems they have more options.

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  6. I am so impressed by your perennial beds! The flowers are gorgeous! We have entered the "dry" season and probably won't see rain until Thanksgiving, so it now looks much less colorful that it did in the spring. Thanks goodness roses like it hot!

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  7. Um... did you sprinkle fairy dust on that garden or what?! All of those flowers are beautiful, but I think my favorite is the third.

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  8. The flowers look amazing....and will be SOOO nice to look at in January when we're cursing the snow! ;-)

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  9. Love that!!! Thanks!!!
    It's always important to stop and smell the flowers!!! :) :)

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  10. gorgeous photos! I'm jealous of your butterfly bush. Our yard is too shady to grow one of those.

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