Monday, June 1, 2009

Monday blooms...,.

I'm not for sure what this flower is...
kinda looks like sunflower...but it's not...
I didn't plant it...think birds or squirrel must have...
1st stage of cone flower

cone flower



coneflower



this is one of the plants my neighbor gave me...
the flowers are so purty and pink...



behind my little shed....





the cannas are really taking off....




one of my new begonias...



drying dill....



beside my shed...







blooming little pink flowers...



my glads are opening up....




my morning glories are starting to bloom...








I really like the deep purple ones...


I'm starting to get more and more blooms.....
I'm so far behind on my weeding...
when I get caught up I want to show your more
of my gardens...they are just a mess right now...
I do have zinnias coming up....I was getting worried...
I thought they came up earlier last year...
but you know how the memory gets...LOL...

15 comments:

deedee said...

The barn is gone.... I have some palm trees that mysteriously showed up in my yard. We built our planters around them. They look great. I wish the weeds would mysteriously go away though.

Zoey said...

You have so many pretty flowers, Deb. I love coneflowers. The few I have don't flower until the first of August.
That first flower looks like a wild Black-eyed Susan. I have them, too.

I know what you mean about being behind on the weeding. I am way behind this year. I blame it on the cold weather, but really I am lazier about it than I used to be.

Charli and me said...

It seems to me that I am behind on every thing right now including my garden. Your flowers are just lovely. I have pink and white cornflowers but they aren't blooming yet. I enjoyed looking at yours. Thanks for sharing. They are beautiful ♥

Carla said...

I think things are later, because our spring has been alittle longer. The Blackeyed Susan or Rudbeckia is your mystery bloom. What you showed looks lovely, cant wait to see the rest (I understand the 'weeding' issue, believe me).
So love your painted blooms on your shed! (and drying herb rack)

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Deb, So nice to meet you and know you are from Texas too. Thank you for your visit and kind comment.
Oh your flowers are lovely and look to be doing well even in our Texas heat. Your blog is lovely. Thank you for following mine and I will do the same here. Looking forward to seeing you again soon.
Have a wonderful week.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Joy said...

They are all beautiful. I need to try cannas in my yard somewhere. I'm loving all these pictures.


Joy

Southern Lady said...

Deb, your flowers are so pretty. I love the morning glories, and I saw some of those little "brown-eyed-susan-looking" flowers on a roadside the other day and they reminded me of sunflowers, too.

I love the little hanging rack you have the dill drying on. It's perfect for your garden.

I appreciate your sweet comment on my blog. Thank you for stopping by.

Sincerely,

Janie

KaysWay said...

All of your flowers and plants are very pretty.

Kay

xinex said...

Your plants are really thriving. Beautiful flowers.....Christine

Janie said...

You have so many beautiful blooms! We have morning glory in our field, but it's a pest there - it tends to climb on the alfalfa and grass and pull them over. But the flower looks great in your garden!

Sue said...

I like your assortment of blooms there. I see others agree with me that your yellow flower is a black eyed Susan of some kind.

Tracey said...

Your flowers are so pretty!

Cindy said...

These are gorgeous flowers Debbie, I love the morning glories and your glads. We won't see those until late July! Cindy

Loretta said...

Hi Deb,
I agree that the first flower looks like a black eyed susan. I can't believe yours come up out of nowhere and I planted six plants and didn't get but one that bloomed! I drive around and see these huge patches of black eyed susans and I could just cry! Everything else looks beautiful. I know what you mean about the memory. Now I make lists of everything I need to do when just a few short years ago I would never have needed to. Have a great day! Hugs, Loretta

Darla said...

Your pretty pink flower from your neighbor looks like Moss Rose. Everything looks so pretty.