Lots of rocks and a few roses
What a lovely place to hide eggs! Yours are very pretty eggs! I see second bunny hiding over there!!! Happy Easter!
Found it all! But I must plant some chocolate flower (native) and winecups (adapted)...
I found them! Such beautiful eggs, too. Goes with the beautiful garden.Happy Easter, to you, as well.
I guess the easter bunny leaves the fancy eggs only in the nicer gardens. I always get the plastic day-glo ones. :-(
I see the second bunny but I couldn't find one of the eggs. What a lovely Easter post. Happy Easter to you.
What a sweet bunny to bring you such lovely eggs. Happy Easter.
I could only find 7 eggs! I love all the plants growing in the flagstone crevices.
Yes and yes! Thank you for that bit of fun--I haven't been on an Easter egg hunt since I was eight. :D
I did this post for my grandchildren and they loved it. I need to make the eggs harder to find next year and more of them. Alan- These eggs were purchased in India. One of our sons is married to an Indian girl and we picked them up after their wedding. I think they were about $1 each. Hope y'all had a nice Easter.
I only found 7 eggs too. What a fun easter challenge.
Found them all and enjoyed looking for them in your beautiful garden.Happy Easter!
What fun! I did not find all the eggs, but did find the other bunny. Hop hop.