Sunday, 1 May 2011

Mosaic Monday

It's Monday and that means Mosaics!
For Marys Mosaic Monday @the littleredhouse this week some shots of our gardens front and back!
Scenes from the potager
Fragrant wisteria, pure white clematis and an old fashioned rose.
The front garden is blooming all over!
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  1. Garden is looking good, Maggie. The blooms in the front garden are gorgeous! I spent much of the morning in the garden today weeding and feeding. ~ Sarah

  2. I'm curious about the three white ghosts standing in your garden. What can they be?

    Your garden is looking wonderful - soon you'll be enjoying the fruits of your labor.

  3. Your garden looks wonderful. Stunning mosaics. Just love the wisteria and wish to grow it. But it doesn't survive here. Have a nice week.

  4. Oh my....your garden looks truly pretty. I love the old fashion rose! I can't wait to get out to my garden but the rain just won't stop here and everything is so wet. In the mean time....I'm glad you shared yours with us so we can dream of puttering in ours.

  5. These are such glorious mosaics Maggie - you have such a delightful garden and the potager looks a picture of healthy things growing to be eaten!!!

    I'm off home this Friday and really anxious to feel English soil under my feet - which will be clothed in boots I fear as the rains are expected in the Lake District our first week. Hopefully when we reach Devon for the second week, the sun will shine.

    Just wrote Sarah and told her we three have to get together some day - it would be such fun. France, England, Texas, the Carolinas........surely we can find a place and all be there at the same time!!!!!

    Hugs - Mary

  6. Your garden is so beautiful. The old fashioned rose is just amazing! How I would love to have wisteria in my yard!!

  7. I have linked to Mosaic Monday as well this week. I like the look of your garden very much.

  8. Your mosaics are simply beautiful Maggie! You must get so much pleasure out of your garden. The blooming plants are gorgeous. Like Lorrie, I'm wondering what the ghosts are....


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