Mary Mary, Quite Contrary










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her indoors said…
are these all from your garden? they are beautiful you must enjoy sitting out there and taking in the beauty
willowtree said…
Very, very nice indeed! You must be in hog heaven.
ChrisB said…
Pamela your garden grows very prettily, lovely photos.
DesLily said…
wow! how pretty!... and you tend to all of this? whew!
wolfbaby said…
Ok you just like to torture me with all the beaty in your garden don't you? LOL... totally jelous as usual.. They are so lovely... can you teach me to creat a garden like yours?
Devon said…
Ahh, how beautiful! I would love to see your garden and that clematis is incredible!!! Everything here turns brown this time of year until November or Dec., unless you water the bejeevees out of it, which I do!!
Pamela said…
The hubby spends hours in the garden, and he does all the heavy stuff.

I dig holes, plant stuff. Weed. Make suggestions.

Then I take pictures that make it look perfect....I don't photoshop them. I just take the shot for texture and angle and inclusive features.

But, I do admit that that clematis is showy -- and in the front yard - and people stop and look at it while it is blooming.
A Life Uncommon said…
With all the joy of a gardners heart and the strenghth that digs a hole.
The climate make a big differenc too.
Desert dweller
Donetta
her indoors said…
thank you for explaining how you and your hubby create your beautiful garden, it sounds like you both get so much pleasure from it
michele said…
I like the new template! You can make this one light and airy as well if you want. Change the background colors.

It does load quickly, though.
kailani said…
Well, I don't know about Mary's garden but Pam's garden grows beautifully!
Little Miss Moi said…
Dear pamela. Did you ever hear the one... "Mary mary, how does your garden grow?"

"Up, stupid!" hehe always makes me cackle.

I have to say, your garden looks absolutely glorious!
angel said…
gawjiss dahlink! is that all your garden!??!
Masago said…
Lovely... Love 'em!

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