My tulips were a bit of a disappointment this year. These are most of
the blooms I saw compared to a couple of dozen blooms last year.
Other than that, the garden is progressing quite nicely.
Three years ago, we tried to move the white rosebush because it
was in a wet part of the garden, but the roots broke off. I put four
cuttings in the ground in the hopes of saving a part of it and
now one of those cuttings is as big as the whole rosebush was!
Pretty and pretty and even more pretty!!! YAM xx
Wonderful, bright flowers. How good for us to see these when our winter is just around the corner.
So pretty summer views. Thank you for linking - have a great day!
pretty flowers. make my rainy day a little bit more colorful :)
I think your flowers are beautiful, Betty.
We'll be seeing snow here before flowers come back again.
Interesting about the tulips. The flowers are lovely.
Oh My Dear! It's absolutely gorgeous, all these photos and your garden. How can you create such a beautiful garden? Please tell me the name of all the flowers. I can recognize only some of them.
Winter is here and spring is there in your neck of the world. Oh! when will spring come here again? Can't wait for it any longer :-)
Lovely garden. Yes, we can see these on the screen only.
A nice set of beautiful and colourful flowers. It will be months before they are back here.
beautiful flowers! Love seeing spring in other parts of the world.
Here its so cold. One week a go we had the first snow here.
Many greetings Andrea
After drooling over these beautiful flowers, I'd say that progressing "nicely" is probably the biggest understatement of the year! What an amazing late spring/ early summer garden ... stunning photos.
Wonderful flowers and gorgeous photos!
I'm with Linda- pretty flowers as we move into winter
God closes a tulip and opens a huge rose bush? Looking good, I think my envy for your weather will start tonight.
Such lovely garden in Spring! Lots of blossoms and colors. A very sunny time and weekend, too!
I love all these flowers Betty..so cheering as the snow falls here.... Michelle
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