Apr 25, 2010

Todays Flowers...

A few more flowers from around the garden...

(click photos to enlarge)

In front of my picket fence I have a thin flower bed...
I have a mix of ground covers growing there.
Here you can see the Ajuga Reptans and
Pink Panda Strawberries (ornamental) are blooming.
I think they make a beautiful pairing.


Here is a close up of some Rockcress...
still dripping wet from a spring shower.


and a close up of Lily of the Valley,
the sweetest spring flower of them all:-)

I showed off my bouquet of Lily of the Valley on Friday..
click here to see that post.

I am joining Todays Flowers
Stop by and see all the flowers...
 bloggers are sharing them from all around the world!


I hope everyone is having a great weekend!

Thanks for stopping by,

16 comments:

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Such pretty Flowers!!
HPS!!
Debbie

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Your flowers are so pretty! I especially like the Rockcress. You did well capturing the drops of rain on each petal!

Sailing Simply said...

These are soooo pretty! I just love how the first photo captures bits of your picket fence behind it too! Your photos are really appealing and capture the beauty of these flowers so well! I love it!

Terri Gordon said...

Oh such beauty, I can't wait for it to warm up here. Have a wonderful week and thanks for sharing your beautiful flowers. Terri

Pat said...

I love that name, Pink Panda Strawberries...how cute!. The Lily of the Valley is delightful.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful blooms, the rockcress are pretty,

Daniela said...

Beautiful shots!

Manang Kim said...

Beautiful!! So pretty flowers and I like your header photo! Happy Sunday!

Today‘s Flowers~Orchid

EG Wow said...

Yes, the Ajuga and flowering strawberry look very pretty together.

guild-rez said...

Lovely plant combinations!!
Ajuga Reptans grows really well in our garden covering flowerbeds quite quickly.
Very nice.

Louise said...

Would the Pink Panda Strawberries, be a Potentilla. I love the colour combination with the Ajuga. I have Lily of the Valley yet to flower in my garden. It reminds me of my Mum as it was one of her favourites.

Ebie said...

The lily of the valley has a sweet smell, I remember the perfume. Love how they droop but still display such a beauty.

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Hi Bella, As always beautiful flowers for a beautiful garden. Great collection of blooms. Thanks for sharing. That is a neat blog~Todays Flowers~. I like too look at everyones gardens. When we had gone to Charleston. I am surprised I wasnt arrested for being so nosy for peering in to all the gardens through the wrought iron fenceing.. Have a good week...Julian

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Such gorgeous flowers! Isn't it amazing how just looking at the simple beauty of nature lifts our spirits?

Thanks for stopping by the cottage and commenting on my flea market finds.

Be sure to stop back by and join in on the fun with my giveaway.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

Debby said...

Such a pretty post and the lily of the valley is fab.
debby

Denise said...

I do love the flowers you are sharing with us. Thank you so much. They are all lovely!