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End of May Blooms and Garden Friend


May 28 mosaic 

Hope you have had a great weekend.   Yesterday was my Horticulture Society’s annual Spring Plant and Bake sale.   We had lots of shoppers through the doors and had very little left by closing.   Today it was back to the weeding and planting in the Sandbox.    My mosaic today is showing the dainty little flowers on the Akebia Vine, an Iris bloom that had fallen off a plant for the plant sale and I stuck it in water, a new addition for the Sandbox garden of a Japanese peony “High Noon”, the purple Aquilegia or Columbine, one of the giant Alliums that a now in bloom in the garden and one of our vocal frogs down by the pond.   

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   Have a great week.   I have my fingers and toes crossed that Blogger will let me make comments again.   I have not been able to leave any comments for many days this week.    Valerie


Bella said…
Hi Valerie,
Gardening was a good month for you, what beauties:-)) I love the frog!!!
Snap said…
Lovely blooms, but I really like your little green friend! :D :D Enjoy the long weekend.
Bernie said…
Your new Peony is such a beautiful thing! Love the flowers on the Akebia Vine too ... so dainty! It sounds like the Spring Plant and Bake Sale was a roaring success, so well done to you all!
Carol said…
Been having issues, too, with blogger. Hopefully they'll get everything in order.

Your mosaic is stunning, I love the flowers, so pretty and such gorgeous colors!
Mary said…
Oh Valerie, these are so beautiful! I am dying to try some allium this fall... Hope your weekend was a happy one!
What a beautiful mosaic, looks like your sand box is very fertile!! I ran across other bloggers with the comment problem...if you download google chrome your problem will be fixed! Have a great weekend!
Beautiful blooms...I love the different shades of purple.
Hi Val
Nice photos from your garden and I like your froggie friend. We still have 8 in the pond and I caught 2 hugging today on a rock. Did I have my camera with me? Too busy weeding and trying to plant my containers.
gorgeous shot of the allium! Have a great week :)
Teagarden said…
Thanks (again) for the great photos!
Best wishes,
Lorrie said…
Ah yes, the weeding never seems to end. But I don't really mind the task - it gets me outside in the sunshine on beautiful days, and the results are so satisfying.

That giant allium is just gorgeous!
Pondside said…
I love to listen to the sound of the frogs in the pond as I drift off to sleep in the spring.
Wonderful must have had a great day!!! Have a beautiful week!!!
maiaT said…
Beautiful flowers in your mosaic.
The little frog sings for for them too.
Denise said…
New public follower here from Tootsie Time’s Flower Flaunting Gardens Blog Hop. Nice blog. Beautiful flowers. I would appreciate you following back I would also appreciate if you would like me in facebook and in twitter @DeniseLillaRose. I always follow back. Just leave me a note so I know you stopped by.
Anonymous said…
so very sweet, I especially love your little green garden friend :)

Henrietta said…
I have a question, alliums are perennials like tulips right. But mine are not, why?! I think I suppose to have about 50 alliums if they all would bloom what I have put in to the soil during the years. I don't get it...I have to put every autumn new alliums if I want to have them next spring.

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