Thursday, June 16, 2011

A Couple of Blooms

I found a few things in the garden that wasn't burn up from the extreme heat and dry conditions. The gardens really are needing attention but this ole girl isn't feeling like giving them any lately. I'm just gonna leave ya with some pics of my flowers.










Sometimes its best to not say much... but to keep my thoughts close... going thru some stress right now.


I updated my other blog today.

20 comments:

Sunray Gardening said...

Everything looks lovely Becca. Very pretty blooms you have there.
Cher Sunray Gardens

Thisisme. said...

Beautiful flowers you have given us today. Do hope that everything works out okay, and that you will feel less stressful very soon!

imac said...

A couple of notches on your photography my friend.

Loretta said...

You still have quite a few left and they are so pretty! Thanks for sharing. Luv-Ya!

Stacy said...

Very pretty! I especially love the pink one with the halo of tiny golden flowers in its center. Some type of Zennia maybe? I hope that you will feel more like yourself tomorrow!

keewee said...

Becca hope your time of stress will pass on real soon.

Queen of The Desert said...

Hi Becca, glad that you still have some pretty blooms in your garden, I have some as well that survive the extreme heat, will share them in my next post.
Hope you have a great weekend.

Suffia.

Rosemary said...

Lovely flowers even in the heat. Take care.

Darla said...

Great collection of zinnias Becca!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Pretty flowers especially that Dahlia! :)

Susan said...

Beautiful flowers. I know what you mean by not wanting to give your garden some attention right now. Sometimes it's just to much with everything else that is going on in our lives. Whatever your stress is right now, I'm thinking of you. Take care Becca,

Susan

Lona said...

Everything looks beautiful Becca. Oh dear now you do not need to get all stressed out. Just breathe.

PJ | Home and Garden Decor said...

Hello Becca,
it looks like your flowers take the heat pretty good. They look just gorgeous.
I look forward the temperatures to go down a few degrees at least again. The for this time of the year unusual heat (even for our area in SE Texas) wears me down and I have no desire to work around in my garden at all. It's already hot and humid in the morning when I get up and it's still hot and humid when it's already too dark to do something in the garden still.
Oh well, there is no relief in sight yet. The forecast for the weekend: Hotter than the past few days and no rain.
Happy sweating and watering - instead of gardening
Paula Jo

Kim and Victoria said...

Nice looking dahilas and zinnias. Hope you'll be feeling better soon.

young-eclectic-encounters said...

So glad to ave found your blog. your flowers are gorgeous- I just wish you would label them so I could get some ideas on plants that will actually hold up to the heat- garden catalogs are lacking in enough info and I've at times been frustrated. I live in Georgia and we also get very hot in the summer- Thanks for sharing
Johnina :^A

Marydon said...

Becca, your flowers are gorgeous. I peeked backwards to your other pictures, what pretties you have.

Those blueberries look yummy, Harold would love them. And, those recipes, they are going to get tried ... he can't get enough blue berries.

Are you okay?

Have a great week, my friend
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Ginger said...

I've been neglecting my garden too, but mine is DEAD and yours is so colorful still!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I love those zinnias, and seeing that lovely dahlia made me glad I planted some.

Thanks for your nice compliment on my front yard. It's a work in progress.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

You are lucky you have blooms! we still have had no rain since March!!!! Diane x

MaryBeth said...

The flowers are so pretty, I love the vibrant colors. I wish I could grow something as nice as these.