Tuesday, April 17, 2012

our tulips...


...have had better years,
but it's spring and I've loved them nontheless!
















A kind word is like a spring day!




21 comments:

Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

There's something about Spring flowers that just makes you feel cheerful. These are very pretty: I particularly like the bi-coloured ones.

Holly said...

Ours were pretty while they lasted - everything is blooming so early here. Our azalea doesn't usually bloom until May.

Lori said...

Your yard and photos are so beautiful. The photo with Rio is priceless.

Happy Clients said...

Pam,

Thank you so much for your design of the exterior of our home. Thanks to you, we have beautiful tulips too! You are both very talented and so sweet to work with. The transformation you designed is amazing.

Crissy @ House of Marlowe said...

I think these look beautiful..... such a cheerful greeting!

Cathy Wall said...

For not faring so well, they still look pretty spectacular! Our former home had a picket fence that wrapped around the front of the house,it was lined with the most gorgeous bi-colored tulips whose bloom always indicated that Spring had officially arrived.

Keeping it Cozy said...

Your tulips are absolutely beautiful! They must make you smile every time you go outside.

reFresh reStyle said...

You tulips are beautiful, they are one of my favorites!
Have a great day,
Debbie

Dana Frieling@ Make Them Wonder said...

I'd take your 'off year' tulips any day! They're gorgeous and such a special spring treat.

Gretchen said...

Your garden and tulips are beautiful! I also love the stones and the stone wall.

Gretchen

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Your tulips are so pretty. I love the bi-colored ones. I don't have any tulips. I need to plant some.

Katie {Miss Dixie} said...

Just gorgeous Pam!!

Nancy said...

Love your gardens, Pam! and the mulching, and the dog! and you!
Nancy
Powellbrowerhome.com

Jennifer L. Griffin said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Tulips are on my "must do" list for next year!

Stacy Curran said...

At least yours grew! This is embarrassing, but it will show you just how bad I am at DIY, including gardening. I planted the bulbs, but they never came up. I asked my green thumb neighbor why. He came over and dug one up to see if they were bad or something. Turns out I planted them all upside down. Poor tulips :(
Stacy

Amy {Fresh and Fancy} said...

You have such a beautiful yard! Tulips are one of my favorites - so pretty!

Amanda said...

So beautiful! I wish we could grow tulips here. There was one year i bought them from a company who shipped them here pre-chilled (it was not cheap) but they were so beautiful-but lasted less than a week in our hot, humid climate.

Fashion Meets Food said...

Beautiful pictures! Every year I would try to talk my mum into planting tulips and whenever she did they would never bloom. When I have a house I am definitely going to plant some, they just make for such a beautiful yard. xo

SSM said...

Very pretty!

Thank you for sharing. :)

Carolyn said...

They are so pretty! I love the pic with your golden - too cute.

Carolyn
{my simple messterpiece}

cindy said...

I love your tulips, the fence is your saving grace. Deer eat the tulips here so most homeowners don't even try. We rarely get to see them as a result!

I have a furry golden gardening companion too, happened to have just posted photos of him in my garden yesterday!

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