Love the color of your geranium-enjoy:@)
I bought some more bedding plants yesterday, but it was so cold today that I didn't plant! Yours look lovely!
hoping to get out there again tomorrow. if the rain is gone? know we need it but wish to work outdoors as well. ha. ha! (:
My favorite kind of day! Enjoy.
it's so good to see potting plants!happpy weekending~xokatie
I shared some PHLOX with my sister (planted them for her)then came home and thinned and transplanted some herbs and tiny seedlings. As if that wasn't enough (on a cold Saturday) I proceeded to dig some grass out of the flower bed!
Me too :)
Looks like someone is outside playing in the yard !!xoxo
rain hail sleet and mud here...your flowers really perked me up!!xx
82 degrees today. So perfect.
Lovely! We are cold and often damp here at the moment, but I to have some geraniums - but mine are traditional French-windowsill red. Can't wait!
Wasn't it just outstandingly wonderful this weekend?
I did have a wonderful sunday..doing much the same thing as you with my pots and gloves.I love the header photo..and you tablecloth - I have one just like you, I love seeing that!!!
What a glorious weekend! Love your photo! Hoping all the vegies we planted stay happy and healthy. Pony Girl picked out a Geranium almost the same color as yours :)
Those geraniums are beautiful...I can hardly wait to get my hands in the garden. Still a wee bit early here, but I have started cleaning out the beds....the ones without snow LOL!!!!Hugs,Chris :o)
I'm afraid we hurt ourselves due to the 3 beautiful days here in the valley... still much to do, but the Daphne fills the air and makes it all okay. Enjoy your sunshine and week!
Such a beautiful photo, and blog! Hope you are having a lovely day!! xo Heather
Your sun and dirt look so inviting! We've got a bit of a chilly wind, so a windbreak is all that's needed here.
I need to get out there and do that! It's going to be beautiful over there!
What a lovely image.....so pretty!
This is awesome. I can't think of anything more fun than playing in the dirt.VelvaP.S. Thank you for visiting today, It was a special Wordless Wednesday post and your comment was really nice. Thanks,
So pretty... thanks for your advice on chicken-keeping pros and cons!
Happy springtime from Robins In The Trundle Bed!
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