Saturday, April 17, 2010

anticipation....


they are almost here... maybe another week or so and i can pick a big bouquet from my yard...
can't wait... happy saturday...

18 comments:

edytheanne said...

This is my first visit to your blog and I had to write to say this picture literally made me gasp. I live in Florida where there are lots of tropical flowers, but delicate blooms like these are few and far between.

Beach House Living said...

So lovely, I wouldn't be able to wait either.

M.A.the2nd said...

Oh my goodness... these are gorgeous and I can't believe they are in your garden! So beautiful! When you pick them take a photo and post it!
Best wishes
Frances

Sarah B said...

Hi, thanks for dropping by my blog! My garden isn't as amazing as it looks in pictures, there are piles or weeds, old bits of junk, slabs of concrete - I just block all of those out! Re roses, I was just outside photographing another which I will post in a day or so - maybe you'll drop by again :)
I love the pic in your post, they're peonies aren't they? Beautiful!

Brabourne Farm said...

What a delicious thought! Leigh

sharon said...

Lovely this promise of beauty to come. When I see pictures like this, I always think how boring life would be without changes of season. If we had lovely flowers like these all year round, we'd grow indifferent.
Thank you for stopping by my blog.
Sharon

BonjourRomance said...

Isn't Spring wonderful? Anxious to see you bouquet!
Happy Sunday to you,
Mimi

Charlotta Ward said...

Oh I am so envious! What a fabulous thing to wait for!

Australia is sinking deeper into Autumn now and though sad to leave the warmer months behind, I look forward to hibernate now.
A Swedish thing for sure.. :)

x Charlotta

pve design said...

The peony is one of the oldest blossoms- sure to soften any space and add romance to every heart. Lovely image.
pve

Housewife Bliss said...

Anticipation indeed. Mine are a few weeks behind yours, this morning I saw the first signs of a blooming days ahead. Just found your, so happy I have.

Lisa said...

I can smell them all the way down here in Lexington! You must share your secret to a bountiful season. I seem to always kill them.
Thanks so much for stopping by TLPC to say hello. We will visit more this summer I am sure.
Have a lovely weekend. XO

Jeanne said...

Beautiful!!!

Madelief said...

Oh, to have peonies already. Your so lucky!! We have to be a bit more patient in Holland. I only have 'red stems' in my garden right now.

Looking forward to see your bouquet!

Lieve groet, Madelief

3 Peanuts said...

Oh peonies are my absolute favorite flowers. We had them when we lived in VA...but we cannot grow them here in TX:(

Thank you for stopping by my blog.

24 Corners said...

This picture is probably one of the prettiest I've ever seen...trying to figure out how to have a peony farm now.

Thank you...my eyes are very happy!

Jill said...

Beautiful! I have peonies in my garden but nothing like this! I live in upstate New York and mine don't bloom until the middle of June...The first one blooms on my daughters birthday every year and we have taken her picture by the peonies every year on her birthday. She will be 20 this June! Love your blog!

Pedacitos de Madrid said...

I love this flowers!

big kiss

Anna said...

Oh, I'm so jealous. I adore peonies.