Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Random Garden Pics

Alyssum I added to the container with the miniature rose.
Are these dandelions that I am so lovingly fertilizing? Tell me. I can take it.
Look how big the tomatoes (is there an "e"? Dan Quayle has ruined me forever) and squash are getting.
Blue dayflower that was growing in one small spot last year. I mentioned that I'd like it to go around the inside corner of the house and Tim made it happen. They are finally blooming this year. We couldn't wait to see if they would.

Yucca
Red Clover, I think.
Daisies and Wild pinks that were growing wild in my yard. I like the way they arranged themselves. I transplanted these "weeds" to my garden last year. I blogged about it at Messy Musings

15 comments:

Mrs Blythe said...

Pretty flowers Lisa! And I just have to tell you ROFL on your comments about poor Timothy being circumcised on my post about wine!!

Mrs Blythe said...

LOl. I make it sound like a live circumcision on my blog - I don't mean literally on my blog oh dear lol lol, got the giggles now.

BTW I've moved the post to an earlier time slot 'cos I want more people to answer my little questionnaire, so it hasn't gone just moved.

Lisa said...

Yeah..was he loyal or what? lol And thanks. I have such visions for my gardens but I am so ignorant of how to realize them. lol

Mrs Blythe said...

Lol I didn't notice the dandelions, and some weeds can be very pretty. Hulda really likes the dandelions doesn't she.

Mrs Blythe said...

Sorry me again - taking over your comments. Could I quote part of your comment to my wine post as a thought for the day type thing tomorrow? I loved your point about absteining for the weaker ones train of thought.

Also I want to start knitting, what size of needles should I start with and are there any websites you could recommend? :o)

Lisa said...

I'd be honored! Ummm...I think size 8 or 10 is pretty standard and I would recommend knitting-help.com highly!

Isabelle said...

Ooooh... What lovely flowers. Love those (that?) Yucca. It must be such a delight to be able to walk among these flowers :)

Mrs.B. said...

Lovely flowers!

And I know what you mean about the word 'tomato'. From my understanding there is no 'e' as in'tomato' when singular and you add the 'e' when plural as in tomotoes'

Hope your day is great!

Lisa said...

Isabelle, the yucca bloomed last year for the first time (since I've lived here). I didn't expect it. It was such a nice surprise.

Mrs. B. Whew. Thank you. I feel better now. :)

Hulda said...

Pretty flowers in your garden, and yes, it is a red clover. It is nice too. I can see mrs blythe say that I like dandelions, and yes I do, when it grows on a medow. It really looks like little sunshine. ;)

Hulda said...

its been late in Norway, nearly midnight, and I am tired. So it wouldn`t be a post from me to day, I`ll come back tomorrow. It has been a busy day.

Karen said...

Beautiful flowers! And I hate to say it, but I think that is a dandelion. LOL A nice strong healthy dandelion at that hehe.

Lisa said...

Hulda Get some rest. :) I anxiously await your post.

Karen You made me giggle! I suppose I should yank it out of there now. lol

Susan said...

Your flowers are SO pretty! I've absolutely got to get in my yard and get some things done out there.

And 'potato'- singular - does not have an e, but potatoes - plural - does. So you were correct!

Lisa said...

Susan, I have so many ideas but growing stuff seems to take money! The flowers that look the best planted themselves. LOL

I'm sure glad I got that spelling right. :)