Sunday, 10 May 2015

Garden relaxation

Flowers to enjoy.  Nothing else!  Sit back and enjoy mother nature at her very best for a few minutes!

























Amy

39 comments:

  1. Beautiful and stunning Amy.

    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  2. Dear Amy
    Beautiful photos of late spring - gorgeous!
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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  3. So pretty, thank you Amy!

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  4. Beautiful clematis and dicentra; I think I may have plant envy... Judy.

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  5. beautiful :) Isn't this time of year wonderful :)

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  6. Lovely pictures Amy a pleasure to see all the loveliness in your garden. :) xx

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  7. The flowers are lovely and that clematis - stunning!

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  8. Smashing, you can see all the little colourful lines in the tulips. Thanks for all your comments Amy. x

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  9. SO gorgeous, those tulips are amazing.
    Hugs to you Amy,
    Meredith

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  10. Beautiful! I am amazed that everything blooms already with you (in our area is much colder).
    Have a nice new week

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  11. Great minds think alike - I am just about to do a similar post! Looks like you've got lots of lovely colour in your garden - very pretty. x

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  12. A stunning garden , such beautiful looking plants.

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  13. Wonderful Amy, just what I needed to see after a rather trying weekend. I especially like the clematis. This is their moment! CJ xx

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  14. The tulips are beautiful, such an intricate design, Mother Nature definitely at her best. I have a pink dicentra but I'd love a white one.

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  15. Such beautiful flowers. I'm especially fond of the bleeding hearts, white, pink and I've found a new one that is burgundy.
    Susan

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  16. Very nice, a joy to see...
    Amanda xx

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  17. Blooming beautiful Amy - thank you for the colourful relaxation!
    Ali x

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  18. I see your grape vine has recovered! Lovely photos, you can almost smell the flowers! xx

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  19. Ooooo!!! Your garden is magnificent already. I have clematis but they have not flowered yet?!?! I am going to buy a bleeding heart, I have the pot ready, they are beautiful. Lovely lovely pictures Amy xx

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  20. Lovely Amy - just lovely x Jane

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  21. Lovely! Is this all in your garden Amy? If so, I'm glad to see that some people grow the same bluebells as me. I'd love to be able to get hold of some your beautiful native bluebells, but can't source them here in Oz.
    Your dicentra is gorgeous and that is one I envy as I've never had any luck. Thanks for the little tour and eye candy. Take care.

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  22. Lovely. Thank you for sharing x

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  23. All so blooming and beautiful! I particularly like the close-ups of the tulips, the colours are stunning X

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  24. I just LOVE Bleeding Hearts. :-)

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  25. These snaps are so pretty, Amy! Your garden is just beautiful.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  26. I do love flowers very much. I thank you!

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  27. Very beautiful, and relaxing, Amy. There really is nothing like the flowers of Spring for gorgeousness! Have a great week. x

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  28. Ahhhhh....love just sitting back and looking at pretty garden shots! Such awesome blooms Amy! I bet you just sit out there and breath it all in!!! Happy gardening this week my friend! Nicole xo

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  29. Spring flowers make me happy.
    Amalia
    xo

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  30. Love the clematis, but they're all wonderful.

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  31. Such gorgeous flowers and photos!! Thanks for that bit of sunshine and beauty! xo

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  32. Thanks for sharing the lovely pics, breath of fresh air x

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  33. Beautiful flowers Amy ... you have quite a green thumb!

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  34. Beautiful, Amy, the tulips and clematis are stunning xx

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  35. Beautiful. I could spend all day taking photos of flowers too:) x

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  36. The flowers are so lovely! Ours are just beginning so it is wonderful to see yours happily blooming.

    (I will be thinking of you... It is a challenge to blog when life is pressing.)

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  37. Gosh that clematis, I've tried a few times but it always dies back. Just catching up with your blog, I've been busy gardening and missed so much! :) xxx

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  38. I see I've missed a lot of your posts. That clematis is amazing and the close up of the bleeding hearts is too! I should plant one of those again. I had a bleeding heart a long time ago and lost it due to a change in a garden I made. I fancy this color the most!

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