Saturday, April 29, 2006

Sunny Day

11 Comments:

Blogger Tami said...

Sandy,

Is that Echium (pride of Madrid or Tower of Jewels) in the background? Are you that coastal?

I would love to join, but check with the rest of the group. Didn't you say that you meet once a month for sushi? How am I supposed to live with out that? That part sounds like a blast!

7:32 PM  
Blogger Dianne said...

Wow, I go away for a week and miss all these great photos! Glad I came for a visit. I hope your son's teeth are alright. And my dear, you look divine in your facial mask! ; )

8:21 PM  
Blogger Dianne said...

I didn't actually 'go away', I've been busy with the kitchen and blogging about it.

8:22 PM  
Blogger Sidney said...

Wow! What a beautiful garden !

9:11 PM  
Blogger micki said...

Looks like it was a perfect day to work on your beautiful gardens.

2:29 AM  
Blogger Nicola said...

Really a beautiful garden! Since I don't have a garden of my own, I can at least enjoy yours!

3:19 AM  
Blogger Wendy A said...

Those Hebes have gone crazy. I remember when they were just little shrubs. I am always impressed with your hedge though, it is really my favorite thing in your garden...except for when the lilies are blooming.

3:35 AM  
Blogger Gardengirl said...

Your garden is beautiful. I can tell that you take very good care of it.

4:52 AM  
Blogger Mrs. Wilson said...

Holly cow on the Hebes. I love your Hebes. They made me start gardening. Too bad I can't seem to buy the right ones. I hate when they are tagged with the wrong name.

Love your self portrait. Made me laugh like crazy. Almost spit my coffee out all over the computer. Brave, brave girl. But I love the shot. You look so regal, it is definitely your movie star shot.

6:54 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Tami-The is a euphorbia (yellow floweres)in the background. Borderline hardy.

Wendy/Mrs Wilson-I agree about those hebes. They are huge now. I thought you would get a good laugh over the portrait:)

8:14 AM  
Blogger Tami said...

I realized after I posted that question that it was probably Euphorbia. Not pointy enough for Echium, I was just having a moment of plant envy, they grow here but are frequently taken out by frost (Echium).

9:48 PM  

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