Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Floral Offerings From The Garden

Moss phlox

Dwarf Korean Lilac

Pink Seed Geranium and White Anemone

Mother-of-Thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

"Let the walls of your mind be filled
with beautiful pictures."
William Lyon Phelps


Wishing you a beautiful day,


  1. Lovely, lovely, lovely! Are those lilacs? I miss the scent of lilacs!

  2. Your flower photos are exceptional!! We do like some of the same things, and the older I get the more I appreciate the intricate beauty of each individual flower that God has created for us to enjoy. Thank you for sharing these flower photos.

  3. Hi Barb,

    Yes, the second photo is our Korean Lilac --- it's a late bloomer normally, and this spring being extra late, it's just started. It fills the whole yard with fragrance.

  4. Absolutely beautiful. It is such a wonderful blessing to have flowers around and the energy to take care of them. Blessings

  5. your pictures are beautiful. what kind of camera do you have?

  6. Brenda, to to my WOMANOFWISDOM blog I have another 'get as close as you can story'.

  7. wonderful colors, so full of beauty and witnesses to God's artistic hand.

  8. Nice pictures, Brenda! What is the name of the one at the top??

  9. Holy smokes!! Them's some mighty fine lookin blossoms! Are they all in your yard, I wonder?

    My mind appreciates the lovely pictures that you sent to feed and fill it.

  10. Always a pleasure to see lots of beautiful flowers. We can almost smell them from here...

  11. Wow -- thanks everyone for stopping by! I was thrilled to hear from each of you.

    Diane -- you asked about my camera. It's a Digital Panasonic TZ5 Lumix (Blue).

    Anonymous -- the first flower is a moss phlox -- they are a spring blooming perennial.

    Caryn -- All except the moss phlox are blossoms that live in my garden. I found the phlox at a public park.

  12. What beautiful flowers Brenda! I especially love the picture of the Thyme!


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