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I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE!!! COME ON IN AND VISIT FOR A BIT...

I am so glad you stopped by to visit. I read every one of your sweet comments. Come back and visit soon!

I hope you enjoy seeing photos of the Cape house, as much as I do living here :)





Friday, June 4, 2010

Garden Tour #4

Hi All,
I have spent all day over at the Cape house working on the yard. Some thing are starting to bloom that were not blooming when we left for vacation. 10 days away and weed city. Where do they all come from??? The clematis...
Tiger lilys are starting to bloom...

A friend gave this to me 2 yrs ago, but not sure what it is?


Some potted herbs and flowers...





Around the patio...




The back flower bed...




The old fashioned knock-out roses...






A view of the patio. Can't wait to get all my goodies over there when we move...







The weeping tree rose will be blooming soon!









Knock-outs along the drive...







Lilys around the flagpole...










The urn in the front yard...
I am linking up with A Southern Daydreamer and Outdoor Wednesday and Sue for Rednesday over at SueLovesCherries , Cindy at My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
and Flaunt Your Flowers over at TootsieTime.











29 comments:

  1. It is like magic how all those weeds come up while you are away a few days. Love your charming garden.

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  2. You have such a charming cottage and garden!... and thanks for the compliments.

    Still admiring the climber with the two-tone blush/rose colors...

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  3. Gorgeous blooms, Robin!!

    I hope you enjoyed your vacation. We got back today and I am trying to play catch up! ;-D

    xoxo
    Janie

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  4. Hi Robin
    Your cape is looking very welcoming and the garden is beautiful.
    Hugs, Rhondi

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  5. Your garden is so gorgeous! You must have a green thumb!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. Everything looks perfectly gorgeous and ready for summer! Thanks for sharing your lovely garden...

    Hope you're having a wonderful night--and glad you had a fabulous trip!

    Julie

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  7. Your clematis and roses looks marvelous!!!

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  8. Beautiful flowers, Robin~ and I love your patio, too!

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  9. The landscaping is just super....and a minimal touch of color here and there is perfect!!

    Here is my Outdoor Wednesday...hope you can stop by to say howdy to me by CLICKING HERE -----a new Fountain by the Sea

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  10. So pretty!
    You can tell you love your yard...
    everthing looks lovely,xoxo~kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings...

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  11. Wow, lots of things to oo and ah over. First of all love your clematis, it's so pretty. The red front door is darling. Great post!

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  12. Hi Robin!! Your garden is delightful! How soon will you be moving back into your sweet cottage? I'm looking forward to more of your posts dear friend!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  13. You have a very lovely garden. I like your herbs, so neat.

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  14. What a pretty, pretty yard! Great Clematis - you have so many blooms, it must really like whre it is. That's the cutest door!

    Manuela

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  15. You have an absolutely stunning garden!!

    Debbie

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  16. I wish my clematis looked that good. But I keep telling myself it's a few months old. You do have a lot of pretty blooms. Mine are starting to choke from the heat!
    Brenda

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  17. I love this pretty, flower garden, patio and backyard! YOur plants are so healthy and beautiful. Don't you just love knock out roses?
    I'm sure you entertain on your patio, I wish I was a guest!
    I am having my very first giveaway- please come and enter!
    Yvonne

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  18. Hi Robin, Love all your beautiful flowers and potted herbs! Your knock out roses are so sweet! I’m happy you stopped by for a visit and enjoyed my Tabletop Tuesday ~ Mantel Vignette. I love how a few simple changes can make a big impact. I enjoy thinking up new ways to use things I already have in my home to give a different look to a room!
    Hugz
    Kim

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  19. You've got some lovely reds and some gorgeous flowers.

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  20. I have always wanted a wooden fence lined with day lillies....I love yours!
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  21. Hi Robin!~ Your home is utterly charming...and yes I have popped over a few times to comment. It was nice to see you over at my blog. I will be following you too now:) I love your gardens and wish I had a green thumb....I decorate outside instead to make up for it:) Have a great weekend!~

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  22. Hi!
    Beautiful! Love all your flowers! The Knock Out Roses are awesome! Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Sherrie's Stuff
    http://sherrie-plummer.blogspot.com/2010/06/fertilizer-friday.html

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  23. Love your blog! I want to plant tiger lilies next year. Love them.

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  24. your home and landscape is absolutely beautiful!! You have a definite knack for all things green.

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  25. I just love your patio! What a cute place!

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  26. Adorable cottage and I love your garden! Have a great weekend!

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  27. Lovely yard and I love the doors! Paula from Idaho

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  28. Simply gorgeous! Your unknown blue flower is a Campanula called Clustered Bellflower. I have it also, and I love it!

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