Thursday, March 14, 2013

A Garden Tour

Spring is just around the corner!  I love garden tours.  Shall we walk through last year's garden? 

Yes, please!

Let's look at  Early Spring Blossoms



and maybe even  More Spring Flowers
 
 
Did you know that Hollyhocks just might help you Mind Your Manners?
 
 
What about  Daylilies ?  They are so versatile!
 
 
So, How Does Your Garden Grow?  I'd love to hear all about it!
 
 
 Thank you for visiting my garden.  Will you please tell me about yours?

;-)  -Marci

28 comments:

  1. Good morning.....anxiously awaiting the spring gardens here in New Brunswick, Canada. Afraid it may be awhile yet though. But I have all of these lovely flowers once the snow leaves.

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  2. Your garden is beautiful! I would love to have one some day.

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  3. Just lovely...and you stsrted with my favorites...Lilacs. (although they are my favorites...I've never had a lilac bush..strange huh?)

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  4. Seriously? That's your garden? Beautiful! I love the bench.

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  5. Hi Marci!
    Your submission from last month's blog & shop hop received the most "clicks"! - Stop by my blog tonight to take a look & tomorrow is the new hop.
    Thanks
    Angie
    PS - I hope things are looking up for your daughter & her family - they are still in my prayers.

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  6. Thanks for th tour. You have a lovely garden. I realy hope spring is around the corner.

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  7. Oh, how I miss my midwestern garden. Desert gardening continues to confuse me. I love the Hollyhocks! So pretty!

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  8. Oh, my goodness, Marci, this is wonderful!! It's so needful right now. It snowed here today in Connecticut AGAIN but didn't stick. Thankfully. :) Linda Thanks for blog walking with us!

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  9. You have lovely plants that I cannot grow here. Thank you for sharing your beautiful garden.

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  10. Oh I am so anxious to smell lilacs this year and seeing your picture just carried me away! Thanks for sharing this at the party this week Marcie! I am also featuring it on my Facebook page :-)

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  11. Wow, amazing flowers. So beautiful. Glad to be a part of the Spring Blog Walk. Come join me for my Tasty Thursdays linky party too. It goes live tomorrow night. Thanks, Nichi - The Mandatory Mooch www.mandatorymooch.blogspot.com

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  12. There is nothing better than the gifts that spring brings us. Thank you for linking up at Fluster's Creative Muster. Hope to see you next week!

    Robin @ Fluster Buster

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  13. Hi Marci,
    Your garden is beautiful. I bet you are getting excited for it again. The weather is finally warming and it won't be long now.
    Hope you are having a great week.
    The Busy Bee's,
    Myrna and Joye.

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  14. Everything is so beautiful! I like the flowers peeking out on the sidebar of the blog too.

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  15. Sorry for my tardiness on the walk...it posted just as we were leaving on vacation. Mine is covered with a half a foot of snow right now! It's going to be a while before anything blooms!

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  16. Hi Marci,
    I love your flowers. I can't wait for spring. We are covered with a foot of snow right now. I'm so happy to be doing the blog walk with you. Have a great week.
    Debi

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  17. Beautiful flowers Marci, I am anxiously awaiting my own flowers to start blooming. I have a 2 lilac bushes that look like the same color as yours. I love the sweet aroma. Visiting from Tuesday With A Twist Blog Hop. Shared on google.

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  18. Love to find a gardening blog. Coming from A Stroll Thru Life. Your flowers are beautiful.
    I have iris blooming and amaryllis soon to open and Confederate Jasmine. A few camellias are still blooming and my clematis is going crazy. There is so much work to be done and believe it or not but we may have a frost tonight in the deep south.

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  19. Glorious flowers! My peaches are scenting the garden like crazy today! I ordered some hydrangeas and I cannot wait until they get blooming!

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  20. Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing your lovely garden.

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  21. Everything in here is so pretty! I amcurrently obsessed in taking photos of flowers and blooms and yours are so awesome!

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  22. My garden consists of an abundant supply of dirt :( Although I did have a few things come back this year, like my Russian sage. I tilled up the yard and planted grass last year, but it just refused to grow. SE New Mexico is such a harsh climate - all but the toughest plants will wither in the 4+ months of 100+ heat and zero rain.

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  23. Everything is late this year here in Michigan - how about out your way? Thanks for linking this wonderful post up to my “Themed Blog & Shop Hop!”
    Angie
    godsgrowinggarden.com

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  24. Your garden is beautiful! I love all your photos too! Happy Easter!
    Hugs,
    Jody

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  25. Marci, your garden is beautiful! Thank you for the tour. I'm so envious of you, living on a small farm. No matter if it's only one acre...it's your little corner of beauty and peacefulness. Thank you for sharing at this week's link party at GoCrochetCrazy.blogspot.com. I hope to see you again at this weekend's party!

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  26. This beautiful post received the most "clicks" from last month's Themed Blog & Shop Hop & is being featured tonight: http://www.godsgrowinggarden.com/2014/05/april-2014-themed-blog-shop-hop-results.html
    Thanks
    Angie

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  27. All of the pictures are beautiful! And I love that spring has finally arrived and the flowers will soon be blooming.

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  28. These are so pretty! I love your photos :)

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