Saturday, May 17, 2014

Garden Novice, A Pretty Discovery

It is my first spring in a new house, and it is so exciting to see flowers that were planted before I got here springing up beautifully. I'm not sure what these flowers are, any ideas? I've never gardened before, but it will be something to look forward to as I learn more about it in time for the next planting season.


Interior work will proceed in the meantime,
and a new header design on the blog is on its way.

Have a lovely weekend!

13 comments:

  1. don't know their name, but they are beautiful! have a great weekend!

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  2. Jade, this is such a beautiful picture! Did you use a special lens or anything to shoot it?

    God Bless you, and good luck with the house, inside and out!

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    1. Hi Michael, for this one I just used my Sony cybershot camera, no special lens, 'though I made some slight adjustments in iPhoto. :)

      And thank you! Have a great day and God bless. :)

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  3. Greetings. Best wishes of happiness in your new home.

    God bless.

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  4. That's a nice surprise--if you buy a home in the bleak winter! I never thought about that. I'm not good with flowers, but that looks beautiful!

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    1. Yes it was really nice to see those flowers sprouting up after a long winter. :)

      Thanks for coming by.

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  5. What a lovely photo!! The flowers look faintly familiar, but I couldn't put a name on it. I did a quick online search, and it looks like they could be Lilies of the Valley. :)

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    1. Oh wow, I just googled Lilies of the Valley and it looks just like them. Thank you!

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  6. i love flowers!! flowers all the time and everywhere, please!
    congrats.on your new home, enjoy!

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    1. Wouldn't that be wonderful?? :)

      and thank you! Have a nice day, ivette.

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  7. Beautiful! Yes, Lily of the Valley...May's birth flower. They spread nicely with little effort. Delightful, old-fashioned flower!

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