Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Bloomin' Tuesday

Coneflowers are in bloom here in the Northeast.
This is my first year to grow these.

Blackeyed Susans is one of my favorites

Here is my herb garden. I keep it by my back door so it is ready to use.



Last year I planted this Rosemary bush. I love the fragrance. It is doing so good.
They say the smell of this keeps away bugs and mosquitoes.



This is strange. I planted these Mory Glory seeds in the spring.
I have enjoyed these all summer. Don't you think they are a pretty color.
When I got up this morning to go take my morning look at them,


LOOK what I found. One that is totally different than all the others.
Different in color and 3x's in size.
It is beautiful, don't you think. I just love surprises.




Have a great day. Go over to Jeans to see more gardeners

For more of Bloomin' Tuesday go to http://msgreenthumbjean.blogspot.com/

10 comments:

Suzy said...

Clever idea, putting your herbs next to the kitchen door!
Somehow,a different morning glory seed got mixed in your packet!!!
The last one is the one I grew this year.

Suzanne said...

What a fun post! I usually have an herb garden just outside my back door too. It's so great to be able to go outside and pick the fresh herbs, isn't it. They make everything taste better! Love the Morning Glories -- so beautiful and deep colored. What a fun surprise with the light blue one!

Charlotte said...

Lovely flowers. I love them all. How nice to have the herbs right outside the door.

Jean said...

What a nice surprise in your morning glories! Beautiful colors! Cone flowers and black eyed susans are 2 of my all time favorites. Great pics! Jean

Perennial Gardener said...

Very good idea about your herbs by the door, makes it easier when you need them for cooking. I love Coneflowers & Blackeyed Susans. Yours look great and Morning Glories are always a pretty addition to the garden. Happy Bloomin Tuesday!

JustinB said...

I love the big Mory Glory photo!!

Laurie and Chris said...

Great pictures. I love coneflowers and blackeyed susans.

Dee said...

What a beautiful Morning Glory!

Anne Fannie said...

Hi linda, I like your herb garden next to your back door. This way you can keep a better eye on it from critters and snails!
I like your coneflowers and black-eyed Susans, here in Southern California you don't see to much of them around, I buy them at the store but they only bloom that year they never come back! I don't know why! Your morning glory is pretty, very pretty blue! Thanks for sharing whats blooming in your garden!
Love, Ann

Kelli said...

I love the herbs right by your kitchen door...great idea! All of your blooms are lovely, especially the surprise morning glory!
~Kelli