Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Backyard flowers and things!

Our petunia's got huge this year! We have one plant on each side of the gazebo. I like

this color the best!

The next one is of the pond my hubby built there are actually about a dozen or more
fish in there but we can't see them too well since his water plants are taking it over.
I love the cat tails though.

I bought this little teacup bird feeder for the garden. I thought it was a cute edition to the backyard!

Here is one of the many birdhouses my hubby has painted for the yard. It is even occuppiedby a little bird but I haven't seen it yet.

This has been the first cool day in awhile so I after brushing the dog, I decided to take a few pictures while the flowers are still blooming.


Connie said...

Deeeeelightful garden and yard, libray lady chick! I love the petunias also. I saw some the other day when I was at Burger King and they were so pretty I just stared and almost forgot to order. Now, THAT'S a first!!!

Gettysburg Homestead said...

Oh I love your purple petunias! I never have luck with them they get too leggy for me. I know you're suppose to pinch them back but I never do it right.

Love the birdhouse too! I just get bees in mine.


Kim's Treasures said...

Your yard is beautiful...so many pretty things to look at!
Have a great day!

happyone said...

Your petunias are beautiful!!
I love the teacup bird feeder.
We are having another hot humid day but rain is promised for later in the day to cool things off here too.

Jan said...

Oh, I do love petunias. They're supposed to survive out here, but I can never get them to last long after bringing them home from the store! *sigh* Thanks for sharing yours!


Darlene said...

Your purple petunias are beautiful. Love the yard, cute birdhouse and feeder too!!

Charm and Grace said...

Hi Joy, thanks so much for stopping by my blog today and leaving a comment. I love to read, too, so we definitely have that in common. I love your "Library Lady" title, also... we practically live at our wonderful local library (there's even a reference to it in my post today.) What a treasure a library is!


Linda said...

Hi Joy...your yard is sure looking pretty. I love your beautiful petunias and all the special touches in your garden...the teacup bird feeder is so cute. Hugs, Linda

Nancy Jo said...

Joy I have seen those tea cups for the garden. I was thinking I just might make one. I see you stoped at my blog or tried to. That was one from a few years ago. Please come visit me at the right one. Just got a lot of new things at the thrift store which is my second home HA.
Enjoyed looking at your site.

Cottage in the City! said...

Thanks for the comment! Love your Flowers. I didn't plant too much this year because of the weather. I am hoping this fall I can plant lots of mums to make up for the lack thereof now! Thanks for visiting my blog.

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

Lovely garden you have (:) cute teacup and flowers~~I enjoyed the post..hugs Patty

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

You have a beautiful garden. Being on water restriction, I've not seen my flowers thrive this year, so it's so nice to come visit you and see all your pretties :0).
I hope you enjoy your weekend.

Tracie~MPMaison said...

Hi Joy,
Thanks for visiting me. I did love Mamma Mia - a very fun film.

You have really nice gardens, very lush looking. Would you please send some of your cooler weather this way though? Now where's the picture of the dog after being brushed?

Grammy Staffy said...

What a beautiful yard. I can tell that it is well loved and cared for.... a little piece of heaven here on earth

A Hint of Home said...

Your flowers are very pretty and I love the tea cup feeder.

Anne Fannie said...

Your purple petunia are beautiful! Love your tea cup birdfeeder and birdhouse too!
Love, Ann

countrygirl3031 said...

Your petunias are beautiful..and so are all your other flowers. I made some of those little teacups for my garden...until the squirrels knocked them over and broke two...grrrrr.

Thanks for stopping by my blog...


LL said...

Oh that teacup feeder is adorable...I've never seen anything like it!

The purple petunias are so beautiful...