Monday, April 18, 2011

EARLY ONE MORNING

In the still morning air, with not a ripple on the water. The perfect time of day.






16 comments:

  1. Wow. You're inspiring me with your plant combinations. I know you said in a previous post that you yank the evening primroses where they're not wanted. I try but they persist in their attempts to dominate their section of the rose bed here on my corner of Katy.

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  2. Lovely!

    Sometimes I wish I had a walled, herbivore-free garden too. My two remaining poppies will soon produce some flower buds, aka "deer candy".

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  3. Cindy- They do the same here too, but I do like them and quite frankly I doubt I will ever be rid of them.
    Alan- I am relieved to say that our deer don't eat the big pink poppies, bluebonnets, blanket flowers, narrow leaf zinnia, dahlberg daisy. And I see wine cups out there this year. That would be a better place for them instead of my garden.

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  4. Ah, and how still and beautiful it is! The pond really adds to that stillness, and I love the bright red of the poppies.

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  5. Ale tam pięknie, pozdrawiam.

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  6. Love those poppies! Your garden is beautiful.

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  7. You have poppies too! I don't, but just saw another blogger friend who has them in north Florida! I will have to try them next year...such fun! Your gardens and their reflections are devine!

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  8. Wow!
    This month your garden looks like some I've seen in magazines of Italy, Monaco, & French Proven`ce.
    Actually, yours is better than the ones in the gardening magazines.
    I like that you show a lot of your garden in your pictures. This really helps me to see the nice plant combinations.
    The plants reflected in your pool give you 2 gardens! And to think, you don't have to water the plants in the reflection!Now isn't that nice? LOL
    David :-) Tropical Texana

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  9. Beautiful images ~ the flower combinations, stillness of the water, and lighting are all wonderful.

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  10. Simply stunning photos of your oh so beautiful garden, thanks for sharing!

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  11. You have a beautiful red poppy. I used to have some pink ruffled ones, that came back year after year. We moved to another location and the poppy's got left behind.

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  12. Very beautiful. I love the reflections in the pool

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  13. Don't you just love the garden in the early morning hours! I couldn't enjoy it this morning. Have company coming so I was cleaning house.

    ♥ those poppies!!!

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  14. Beautiful, Jenny! Your composition of photos just keeps getting better and better.

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  15. We had glorious poppies last year, but no sign of any yet this year. Nothing takes my breath away, the way they do!

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  16. What outstanding pictures! Jenny, you are a painter in the garden and with the camera!

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