Sunday, May 3, 2009

My Sunday Picture....


You have NO idea how long I've waited to plant something ! I bought these geraniums today, but unfortunately, I need to wait about 3 more weeks to actually put them into the ground...or until the last frost has occurred.  (sigh) (patience is a virtue.....) 

11 comments:

Piecefulafternoon said...

siggggggggh - still waiting to plant. Pretty flowers you have!!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Pretty picture...I can see a painting there :-)

I have been to the nursery too and bought some "hedge rosemary" to replace some variety that didn't survive my neglect, and also got half a flat of red clover to make a "mowless" lawn out back, as I had white clover take over (haha) and will make the most of it.

My mom is saving grape hyacinth from her yard for me and I will put them in the "lawn" too...hope "Springs" eternal!

mary evelyn said...

great photo!

TheWritersPorch said...

Wonderful photo! Happy planting!
Carol

Pink Feather Paradise said...

Everything is shooting over here and the risk of an odd frost is still possible

Beautiful flowers

X Alex

OhioMom said...

Geraniums remind me of my mother, she had us plant them every Spring :)

Marchin O'Neachtain said...

This looks like work to me! Great photo though and Gnums will look great.

CountryDreaming said...

Love this little pink floral touch of color artistically perched atop the sturdy blue wheelbarrow. What a perfect visual haiku.

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

Love your photo, thank you for popping in today. I just wanted to let you know (in answer to your question) distilled water can be bought at the store on the aisle with most of the other waters in a gallon jug. There's Spring and Distilled, I always buy the distilled, but it may not even make a difference what you use in the recipe. Hope that helps!!!
Have a wonderful evening!!
♥ Teresa

Rachel said...

What a fabulous blue wheelbarrow!Wooden handles too! Mine is an old black-and-rust affair rescued from a skip; does the job but not photogenically.

Kris said...

Love the Sunday picture and the wheel barrel.

I need to start planting around here. Well actually Phil does all the planting I just sit back and enjoy :)