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I'm so pleased to be one of your stops on Garden Tour For A Cure and think some PINK Columbine would make a good start!
"Home and Family" white roses
and a mosaic birdbath created by my sister-in-law.
I also like the red color of this daylily.
Smilin' Sunshine is a long-time friend and, over time, has been all over my garden. I purchased this clay piece in San Francisco 30-plus years ago.
This is a photo of my first peony cutting of the season.
Under our deck is where the house plants get to spend a few months outdoors. I'm pretty sure they like it...they seem to stand a little prouder out there.
Iron stepping 'stone'.
My butterfly bush hasn't bloomed yet this year so these are pictures from last summer, but I just had to show you the way it attracts butterflies and the occasional hummingbird!
Cleome, "spider flower".
Iris and Allium.
Iris, are you ready for your close up?
I've posted this photo before, but little squirrel friend insists on playing a part in all of my garden tours.
The squirrels and birds frequently plant trees for me. Not always in the most ideal spots, however, this was a good one from last year. I wasn't sure if the tiny thing would survive our harsh winter but I think it looks pretty good so far.
Ivy ground cover and pampas grass filling in around the bird bath and, sometimes, squirrel water bowl.
I think these are Lobelia.
Large coffee cans, painted, decoupaged and filled with periwinkles.
Just a common Stella de Oro daylily but I love the color!
Another "Home and Family" white rose.
The tour concludes with more PINK and more peony cuttings. I love the fragrance! Can you almost smell them? I wish that you could!
I'd like to thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you will check back with Deena to find more gardens to enjoy!
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Thanks, Deena! This was a lot of fun!