Friday, February 25, 2011

Garden Pinks


Hello everyone,
    I am still on a garden theme but with a pink twist as I am joining Beverly for Pink Saturday again. So this first photo is the clematis Josephine and the Therese Bugnet rose. I do love roses and clematis together as I am sure you do too.
Therese Bugnet again with a pretty lady statue in the background.
The hardy John Cabot peeking through our fence at the road.
I also love peony and roses together-don't you?

This is the amazing little rose The Fairy-that blooms most of the summer and into fall.
Our pink tree peony in bud.
a collage
Now for some softer garden pinks- a soft pink peony in  pretty pink china.
I am not sure which rose this is but if you look carefully there is a little white spider on it.

A very delicate pink geranium.
another pretty pink rose from our garden.

One thing I know for sure these roses and perennials have lots of snow protection from cold and wind! We have at least 3 feet over almost all parts of the garden.
Now if you love pretty pink things you must visit How Sweet the Sound and enjoy Pink Saturday!

I hope you all have a lovely weekend,

Carolyn/

35 comments:

Raffaella said...

There's no words to tell how beautiful these flowers are... Happy week end!

Terry said...

Ahhh, I can't wait for spring to arrive for this beauty to see.

Donnie said...

They are the most beautiful flower photos I have seen today.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your photos are just gorgeous! Makes me wish for spring even more:@)

Deanna said...

GORGEOUS!!!!
The power of pink makes me long for the nicer weather.
may you have a sweet week-end!
God bless,
d from homehaven

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

I just sat and breathed your beautiful pictures in!
Like you, our gardens are buried deep under snow and have been for a very long time. It just can't seem to stop snowing here.
Won't Spring be wonderful?
Happy Pink Saturday!
Jil

Miss Merry said...

A breath of fresh air! What lovely blossoms and such a pink garden. So pretty and a welcome sight to those of us in a snowy condition.

Susan said...

*SOB!* You're torturing me!
It's so cold here today.
I did see a crocus popping its sweet little head up, though!

Shirley said...

Oh yes, those sneeky spiders can hide most any where. I now look for them as being white they can hide in any flower just waiting for a visitor..I'm not a big fan of spiders..even though I know they do our flowers good!

Sally Lee by the Sea said...

WOW! gorgeous, beautiful, pretty, divine, heavenly....there just isn't a word to describe your photos.

I'm a new follower from Pink Saturday and so happy to have found you.

Happy Pink Saturday :O)

Hugs,
Marie @ http://SallyLeeByTheSea.com

One Shabby Old House said...

ahhhhh.....my daily infusion of beauty.

Bohemian said...

Such a beautiful Garden you have, I'm certain the scent is as Heavenly as the images!

Dawn... The Bohemian

KarenHarveyCox said...

Such glorious photographs of a beautiful garden. I love these flowers and tonight with more snow I am craving walking through a rose garden.

Happy Pink Saturday,

Karen

Sandy said...

What beautiful flowers! Your photos are just lovely.

Susan said...

Love, love, loved the pink flowers, Carolyn. And you know what? I never in my entire life knew there was such as thing as a white spider. Now I know! I enlarged your photo to get a better look! Thanks for sharing. Susan

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Pink Saturday Carolyn Sweetie...
An absolute gorgeous share. I love, love the peonies most of all. My sweet Grandma had the most beautiful peony bush, it was her pride and joy. So heavenly. You gave me a beautiful memory this evening. I thank you for that.

Love the roses and clematis together. They look so beautiful. A garden of shear PINK JOY. I love it. Thank you so much for sharing with me this evening.

Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I find it just a difficult to imagine ever growing such beautiful flowers as having three feet of snow! These are all such beautiful blooms.

Sares said...

Peonies are my favorite! I am so longing for the bloom of spring and summer flowers. Happy Pink Saturday and have a wonderful weekend!

Rowan said...

Beautiful flowers, I'm really looking forward to seeing the roses blooming again this summer.

Alicia said...

The clematis & rose made my day. Its spectacular!!!
Have alovely weekend.

Shabby soul said...

Darling Carolyn, your enchanting images make the joy ok my eyes!!
Thank you so much for this beauty
Have a good WE
Silvia

Pétales de fées said...

Les roses se marient aussi bien avec les pivoines qu'avec les clématites et Thérèse Bugnet est une merveilleuse rose ! Bon week-end !

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

I have just been reading your last two posts. The pictures of your garden are beautiful. All those flowers in bright colours! I wish you lived nearby, so that you could come to my garden tea party in spring. We would have so much to talk about!!

I hope the snow will dissapear soon for the spring to enter!

Lieve groet & happy weekend!

Madelief

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I think I can smell the roses and peonies!! Love the colors, can't wait till things are blooming. I am tired of white snow and brown grass!

Sonia said...

Thanks for sharing these gorgeous pictures...all I have right now blooming is a few daffodils..my grass is just starting to turn green..Can't wait till spring! Enjoyed your pinks!!

Miss Bloomers

Cindy Lew's Studio said...

Ahhh, the most beautiful pictures of flowers I think I have ever seen, thank you for sharing.

Happy Pink Saturday
Hugs and Warm Wishes, CindyLew

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Carolyn! Such pretty pinks today. Your flowers are always so gorgeous! How was the storm over there? We are digging out of about 20cm or more so not as bad as some other areas. Have a great weekend!

Tina said...

beautiful ! beautiful!!

hugs
Tina (SONHAR E REALIZAR)

June said...

Oh Carolyn...pure gorgeousness over here!!! I love your photography as much as I love your amazing garden. AND that is ALOT!
Beautiful, beautiful blooms today!

And the lovely shots of your garden in the previous post is making me so excited for the coming months.
hugs

Char said...

And just when I didn't think the next picture could get any prettier, it did!! Gorgeous and I bet you can't wait for all the plants to awaken from their winter nap.
Happy Pink Saturday, Char

suzanne said...

Your blog is just so beautiful. What a joy it is to read and see!! Today's magnificient photos add to my impatience for spring to begin!!

suzanne said...

Your blog is just so beautiful. These incredible pictures make my heart long for spring! :)

Divine Theatre said...

Sooooo beautiful!

academic said...

Really well done for the blog.these are so sweet and pretty!
kitchen garden

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