Saturday, June 7, 2008

Pictures of My Yard

I got the last of my lilies planted tonight, finished up by flashlight, lol. It is getting too hot to do any planting, but I haven't been able to do much during the regular planting season with my eyes like they were then. Anyway, the yard is showing itself off in bits and pieces. These are my favorite for the last few days.
Not sure what these lilies are called, but they are multiplying at a rapid rate.
This is my rabbit that hides in the flower beds, lol.

Peonies from a few weeks back. They don't bloom long, but here again, at least they are starting to grow some.

More of the lily "farm" in the back.


My amarylis has finally bloomed completely. It won't last over a couple of days and then it will be gone, but it is so gorgeous while it is blooming.

Closeup of the white lilies


This is the bed I planted the lilies in tonight. Pulled up some of this stuff because I am not sure what it is, but Miss Muffet is hiding behind the roses, which are blooming again.
And that's all for now I think. I will try to get my quilt stuff I have done posted in the next day or two. Hope everyone is off to a good start for the weekend!

11 comments:

Red Geranium Cottage said...

What beautiful flora & fauna you have there Miss Perry!!! Beautiful flowers.Your quite the gardener aren't you? Love Miss Muffet.

Stephanie D. said...

How lovely! And your beds are so neat! I'm glad your eyes are doing better, and am anxious to see your quilting photos.

Carol said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Penny said...

I really enjoyed all those garden pictures. You look like you have quite a nice place going!

Candace said...

Your yard and your flowers are so pretty. You must have really worked hard out there.

Julia said...

You are just as proficient at gardening as you are at quilting. Your yard is beautiful!!!! I love lilies!
Glad the eyes are getting better.

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Your yard is beautiful. I love the lilies.

Gena in Dallas said...

Lovely, lovely flowers!! Take a peek at the "real" bunny over on my blog. Saw him while visiting my Grandmother. He is precious!!!

Cheryl said...

Boy your green thumb is showing!! What beautiful gardens you have. Care to come and give me a lesson?:-)

Chocolate Cat said...

Your garden is looking gorgeous!

Marcie said...

You are inspiring! I need to buy some lilies. My mom always had those and they came back every year. I like that! Glad you are up and moving!