A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
More trumpet vines from my sister-in-laws garden.
She loves them.
And so do I.
Please join me for Garden Tuesday.
What a gorgeous, vibrant red!
I love those trumpets. They grow wild on our property.
These grow well in my neck of the woods. I love them. I have Mexican Flame Vine that has orange flowers and is similar, but not tubular blossoms. Thanks for sharing.
Yep, I too!Gorgeous colour.
These are so pretty! I love the vibrant colors!xo Catherine
Your trumpet vine is beautiful! Thanks for hosting.
Beautiful, Pam... Add me to the list of those who like those trumpet vines.Hugs,Betsy
I'll bet the humming birds love them too!! Pretty pretty!
Thanks for hosting! We lived in a house with a beautiful trumpet vine. It was such a pleasure to watch the flowers unfold each spring.
Good Morning,The colors here are beautiful. The summer is flying by so fast. Now that both our girls are settled, I am catching up with my good blog friends...can't wait to hear more about your photography. When do you have to report back?Have a terrific Tuesday ~Natalie
they take over the planet here, good thing is hummingbirds love them :)
Your trumpet vine is gorgeous. I've always loved their beautiful blossoms!
It's nice that you have a sister in law who shares with you. Pretty flowers.
Pam here is the link for the shredded brown paper mulch. Just use an old shredder (I found one at a thrift store, and start shredding).http://momssundaycafe.blogspot.com/2011/06/garden-tuesday-still-have-rain.html
Love your photos of the trumpet vine!!!
Love trumpet vines! Yours are gorgeous!
Meant to say your sister-in-laws are gorgeous! Long day.....
What flowers and I LOVE your first shot, I like them all, but the first one grabbed my attention! Have a great day!
Ooops.. sorry I posted twice. The first didn't show up. Thanks for hosting this hop. ~ Ellen
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