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Visions of Pink

 

Pink flowers

This week in the Sandbox garden I have noticed that the flowers that are blooming now are mostly pink.   This gardener does not have beds of a particular colour but a mish mash of all colours dispersed all over.    I am not that clever to design for areas of colour so it is interesting to me to see certain colours emerge amass.   I had a period of yellows and then some whites, now pinks and I see some blues beginning to appear.    The mosaic today is showing a new climbing rose call America, a pink peony from the side garden that did not even bloom last year, clematis maybe Josephine, dainty little pink and white dianthus and pale pink daisies.   

If it is Monday I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.    Have a great week.  Valerie

Comments

Marydon said…
Valerie, your florals are exquisite. I so love that pink rose. will have to look for it.

Have a beautiful week.
TTFN ~
Marydon
Beautiful, I love pink flowers in the garden. Take care and have a wonderful week. hugs, Jen.
eileeninmd said…
A gorgeous mosaic and the shades of pink flowers are all beautiful.
Ashley Sisk said…
SUch a beautiful array of flowers. Love it!
podso said…
Your images are simply beautiful. You do a great job with photography. I hope you have a wonderful week!
Snap said…
Beautiful pinks! Love the mosaic. Fun!
Pondside said…
Pink rules in early spring - and your pinks are lovely.
Carol said…
Beautiful blooms. I love the pinks! Such a pretty mosaic!
Vee said…
Oh very pretty...I'm so glad that you confessed to not planning color. Neither do I. That would be way beyond me. Whatever you're doing, you're doing it just right because it looks lovely.
Hi Val
Your pink flowers are all pretty, my peonies are just starting to open now. Hard to believe how we can be a good week behind you.
Judith
Hi Val
Your pink flowers are all pretty, my peonies are just starting to open now. Hard to believe how we can be a good week behind you.
Judith
Teagarden said…
Pretty in pink! ;-)
Thanks for sharing.
Markus
Donna Heber said…
Valerie,

Your pink blossoms are gorgeous! I recognize the double clematis. Thanks for sharing your beautiful garden with us.
Crafty Gardener said…
I was thinking the same thing this morning, lots of pinks in the garden right now. Lovely blooms. Enjoy today.
bj said…
Beautiful pinks and one of the prettiest mosaics I've seen. :)
Pattie T. said…
I love this mosaic! So art-sy, and those flowers are wonderful! I am WAY behind on flowers this year.
ellen b. said…
I always enjoy pink flowers. Nice mosaic...
They are gorgeous...and WOW for your mosaic! I love the way the photos overlap! I don't think I can do anything like that in Picasa! ♥
Mary said…
What a beautiful mosaic! Love your clematis & those sweet pink dianthus :-)
Jill Harrison said…
Valarie, a joy as always to see the beautiful blooms in your garden. I can see that you are enjoying summer in your part of the world. Thank you for sharing with me on this dull grey day in Australia. Thank you also for stopping by my blog through Mosaic Monday. Sorry it has taken so long to reply to you. Have a wonderful weekend.

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