Sunday, May 21, 2006

May Blooms Part Deux


Primrose, columbine, waterlilies, white and pink peonies welcomed me too! Yesterday, while watering the columbine, I saw a cute little hummingbird hovering over top of it! Love to watch their antics. Must remember to get out the feeder and clean it and fill it with nectar. Other birds who have seemingly homesteaded in the backyard this year are the wonderful cardinals, robins, goldfinches, house sparrows, wrens, and of course, the noisy guys, woodpeckers and bluejays. Bring 'em on, I say!!!


7 comments:

Ann said...

Oh, your yard is beautiful. I'd almost be tempted to move a table and my machine out there and sew among the beautiful flowers. If we lived just a wee bit closer, you might just find ME in your back yard! hehe. Also, I loved the Carolina lily quilt you showed earlier in the week. I thought I'd commented on it, but that must have been the day the pc was giving me fits. (those days are coming more and more often...)

Screen Door said...

I'm jealous. You must live someplace incredibly warm. We have a freeze warning in the UP of Michigan tonight, but it's suppose to hit 80 degrees by Friday. Hope your week is outstanding.

Laurie said...

Where in KC are you? I'm in Overland Park, KS. The garden pics are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!
Hugs
Laurie

Linda_J said...

what a treat for the eyes!

susan said...

Beautiful garden, you have a green thumb! Thanks for sharing!

Ali Honey said...

Lovely garden photos.Something in my garden makes me itch too. I have to be much more careful than I used to while gardening. I do so like to see others' gardens; homes places they live and of course their creative needle and art work. Thanks. Alison.

Dawn said...

Your garden photos are beautiful! I love looking at gardens but have to admit I hate planting and weeding. I'm just not an outside kind of girl.