2.15.2014

Weekend Wishes




Succulent, non-succulent  and a mixture of both.........all keeping the same color way.

Wishing each and everyone a restful weekend.

If you would like to add a more Classical feel to your garden please contact me for further information at mwhite841@verizon.net

16 comments:

  1. Oh my, those containers are gorgeous! Are you still frozen?
    xx's

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    1. Unfortunately still frozen...but spring is not far away!

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    1. One of my favorite color ways, Thanks for stopping by

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  3. What a gorgeous combination and love the purple!!

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  4. Maryanne, your blog is beautiful! I cannot grow anything to dave my life, so I am particularly impressed by your talent!
    Stacy

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    1. Thank you Stacy, and thank you for stopping by.

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  5. Good morning! HELLO! Thank you for this beautiful sign of spring! We have had so much snow and now have a leak on my roof over our dining room, thanks to the sudden thaw we are having. This photo is a welcome to spring for me! And thank YOU, for coming to visit! Anita

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  6. Such lovely and artistic combinations!! Looks beautiful in those substantial pots - very organic!!
    Cheers from DC,
    Loi

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  7. Thank you for sharing such a lovely photo. The colors are spectacular together! New Follower.
    Hugs,
    Jody

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    1. Thanks Jody, a favorite color pallet of mine.. Thanks for following, Maryanne

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  8. This is so lovely! Is that lavender blooming in the pot on the right? Love the mix here, not to mention the pots. Would you mind if I add this image to my Pinterest Garden Inspiration board?

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    1. Yes Sarah, I believe it is lavender and of course! feel free to pin to your board.

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  9. This is so beautiful, it's 3 degrees below ) here, in Maine. I love succulents and
    can't wait till Spring. Is that lavender or grape Hyacinths?
    I am going to get some Forthysia and force it.

    Yvonne

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    1. I believe it is lavender...something I have always had trouble growing both in NY & France. 3 degrees sounds a little too cold for me, How you manage I dont know. I too cut some forsythia this weekend and am patiently waitng for it to bloom.....needing "green" right now I also picked up a few pots of clover at the supermarket last night , desperate move at recreating spring . Stay warm, Maryanne

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