Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Blooming Wednesday

Always something new blooming in the garden.
The funny thing is, I can always remember where I got each plant.

Bachelor's button from Craig's List.
Salvia from a yard sale.


Peach-leaved blue bellflower from Groff's Plant Farm.

"Husker Red" beardtongue from The Flower Wagon in Lititz, PA.

Love in the Mist from the Landis Valley Herb & Plant Faire.

Knautia Melton Pastels from Groff's.

Sweet smelling pink peony from an Ace Hardware store my mom worked at.

12 comments:

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous photos!!!! I love the first shot with the bumble bee. :) Our peonies are just starting to bloom...I so love the delicate color of yours. Ours are fuschia! I just LOVE flowers so much. Thanks for sharing these. Theresa

magikalseasons said...

So beautiful!

Crystal Cook said...

Beautiful! I love that first shot :)

I planted salvia last year but it never bloomed. I have no idea why, I am cursed when it comes to gardening, seriously.

Kiki said...

Gorgeous series..they are all magical and inspiring. I love the first photo alot..captivating!
Kiki~

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

Gorgeous photos Jen! I always feel lucky when I just one or two that turn out when doing flowers. I couldn't tell you where most of my flowers came from! LOL.

Kath said...

I love those blues!Apparently, blue really is the favourite flower colour in England.

Lin said...

I used to remember where I got plants and what their names are and now I don't remember anymore. Either I'm losing it or it's too much to remember anymore. :)

Linda said...

I like the Husker Red because my husband is a former Husker from Nebraska. ;) Beautiful pictures!

CTG Ponies said...

Beautiful flowers! I'm the same way - I remember where everything came from and when I planted it.

Linda said...

so beautiful. Linda:)

WillOaks Studio said...

Lovely flower photos and so fun to read where you got them...I do the same...every plant here has a story...

Jessie McCandless said...

I LOVE bachelor's buttons, but I haven't seen any in ages (not since my mom used to plant them). VERY cool that you got it off Craigslist of all places.

Your flower pictures are always so very beautiful!