Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Garden Tuesday – Blues and Purples

 

I am cheating, again, by showing you pictures from June.  I can’t help it.  If you saw the sorry state of my garden right now, you would run screaming in horror from your computer.

 

So, instead I bring you some of my favorite soothing garden colors.  Enjoy.  Try not to think about what my garden really looks like right now.

11 comments:

Joanne said...

If you saw my room you would run away, screaming in horror. So I understand. These are super pretty anyway.

chellebelle said...

I you saw my house you would.... but I have to thank you for the picture this morning.. I haven't even gone to my coffee yet, and those pictures soothed this savage beast right down.. wonderful for a Tuesday morning when I really don't want to go to work, but am too mature to not go to work... ya know?

La Table De Nana said...

My gardens are pretty much done too..June was so pretty..Your pics are great!

A Year on the Grill said...

Thanks for the comment on the pancakes... really are easy, and the Asian dipping sauce is something I will be using again

Kim said...

Pam - You should see the state of my yard, much less my garden. Worse Ever.

Carolina said...

Ah, another one who needs my help ;-)
Brinkbeest to the rescue?
You'll need to read my latest post to know what I'm talking about, but I'm sure your garden will be in a better state to start with than the garden my post is about. Yours probably looks really pretty. I love those colours too. Lovely soft photos.

My Carolina Kitchen said...

My garden looks sad too Pam. I can't wait to plant pansies. They have such happy faces. Perhaps they'll cheer me up as I try my best to leave summer behind and begin the adventure into fall.
Sam

Marjie said...

Sometimes I cheat and use sunsets or clouds for Garden Tuesday. Sometimes these things simply must be done.

Joan's Good Life said...

Oh Pam, I believe we all are having the same problem as you. We have had THE strangest weather these last few days. One day highs in the 50's and the next, high's in the low 90's. Our plants don't know what to do! Blah!

Thanks for that little bit of beauty!

Mimi said...

It nice to have a reminder of what spring will bring.
Mimi

Les said...

That second plant is one that the rabbits get to every year. Grrrr.