Sunday, September 02, 2007

A day in the Garden

Hi everyone, hope your all feeling on top of the world were ever you maybe.Spring has been heralded in with beautiful sunshine. To say the least was to nice to be indoors, started Saturday in the Garden, then went around to my Sister Pauline's , Gwen also joins in for afternoon tea
Pauline made us fresh scones which we had with jam and cream "yummy". This has been happening quiet a few weeks were we have a little get together for a few hours , chat, Knit we are all making A throw rug or some call it a knee rug, or talk about what were doing on the computer. A very nice relaxing afternoon had by all thank you Pauline . Sunday spent all day in the garden tidying up , weeding,and trimming back after the frost,So that was my weekend. to end with a few photo's
I just cleaned this area up after repotting these Fuchsia's into hanging baskets and Clayton decide it was time for a rest,
first Rose of the season out
now the frosty mornings are gone, I decided to bring my Wheel barrow out from under the veranda
a little patch of my Phlox comming into flower
A pot of Hyacinths
1 of my golden Daffodils
Before and After the frost: My Jade is to big and heavy for me to move.so will give it a good trim and will come back better than ever till next frost.
so will give it a good trim and will come back better than ever till next frost.

I took these last two Photo's at my Sisters I love the colour of this Zygo Cacti.and the Camelia was heavy with flower some of the branches were laying on the ground

A close up of the flower

26 Comments:

Blogger Sonia said...

Wow! Just gorgeous and stunning flowers and garden! Clayton looks just adorable!

Have a nice Sunday!

September 03, 2007 4:21 am  
Blogger PEA said...

Clayton must have really helped you a lot, he looks completely exhausted! hehe Oh Jen, such beautiful flowers...ours are all on their last breath right now with the colder temps arriving but now at least I'll have your flowers to enjoy during our winter months:-) xox

September 03, 2007 5:43 am  
Blogger JunieRose2005 said...

Jeanette,

Your flowers are looking very lovely!


Junie Rose

September 03, 2007 7:29 am  
Blogger Puss-in-Boots said...

Love your hyacinths, Jen. Don't they have the most wonderful perfume? Unfortunately it's too hot here for them.

I love your wheelbarrow full of succulents.

September 03, 2007 12:06 pm  
Blogger meggie said...

Ah Jen, you have really cheered me with your beautiful pictures. I wish I could be there to smell your wonderful hyacinths!! You must have very green thumbs. Your garden is lovely.

September 03, 2007 4:49 pm  
Blogger Raggedy said...

Strolls in....
Grabs a scone...yummmm
gives Clayton a scratch behind the ears....
Smells the flowers and enjoys the beautiful pictures...
Jumps down a few posts and has a good laugh..
I have missed you soooooooo much!!!
My health is better.
We had a tornado hit us last Sunday. We just had our power restored yesterday. I will try and catch up with more of the wonderful posts that I have missed over the past few months as soon as I can.
Huggles and Love,
Raggedy

September 03, 2007 5:45 pm  
Blogger LZ Blogger said...

Jeanette ~ I love the flower shots! VERY PRETTY! ~ jb///

September 03, 2007 10:50 pm  
Blogger Merle said...

Hi Jan ~~Love all your flowers and also Paulines. It is nice that you girls spend an afternoon a week together.Thanks for your comments'
Glad to hear you always lock your car
when getting petrol and I hope your girls do as well. John still isn't well. You have been busy in the garden. I wish I could do more.
Take care, Love, Merle.

September 03, 2007 11:29 pm  
Blogger Heart of Rachel said...

Hi Jeanette! It's always uplifting to see all these photos of beautiful flowers. It must be a nice experience to walk in your garden.

I like scones but we haven't tried making some at home.

September 03, 2007 11:48 pm  
Blogger RUTH said...

Golly and this is only just Spring for you....I'd be lucky to see this late spring or early summer. Fabulous! Hope you are keeping well :o)
Rx

September 04, 2007 5:25 am  
Blogger rusty in miami said...

Glayton is like my Rosie always napping while we work. It must be in the genes of all Cattle dogs
I like your wheel barrow

September 04, 2007 11:36 am  
Blogger Pamela said...

your spring makes me sad... because that means my fall is coming fast.

I'm just not ready for winter. Can I come stay with you instead (:

September 04, 2007 3:29 pm  
Blogger Helen said...

Hi Jeanette,
Roses yet? I haven't seen any here in Melbourne yet, and certainly not in Eltham.
Loved the fuschia baskets, it all looks so pretty and peaceful. I don't have much success with hanging baskets as we face northeast and the winds give the baskets a rough time, not to mention the birds pulling them apart to get the coconut fibre for their nests! Maybe when I can convince himself to build a pergola I might have some success.
Cheers

September 04, 2007 9:09 pm  
Blogger UKBob said...

Hi Jeanette. Your Fuchsias are looking pretty good already. Do they lose all there leaves in the winter? Your barrow is looking good too. Bob.

September 04, 2007 10:19 pm  
Blogger Gattina said...

You lucky girl going towards spring ! I think I should live in Europe during summer and in Australia during our winter time because then it's summer there ! Complicated, lol !
Lovely flowers !

September 05, 2007 12:37 am  
Blogger Alice said...

What a treat to see your beautiful spring flowers as we are turning to autumn. Your wheelbarrow is amazing!

September 05, 2007 7:52 am  
Blogger Peggy said...

I love your garden! Everything is so pretty,blooming and green. Wanna trade for dead plants and dried up grass???

September 05, 2007 8:53 am  
Blogger Jim said...

Jeaneatte, you have a very pretty garden. You must get ready for Spring now, we will have Fall in a couple of weeks.
The dog is taking everything in, he poses good.
..

September 05, 2007 8:54 am  
Blogger Lady Di Tn said...

Clayton looks like he did all the work and had to rest.
Your flowers are beautiful. I especially liked the rose and the wheelbarrow. How long did it take to get it looking so fantastic?
Enjoy my visit.

September 05, 2007 11:26 pm  
Blogger Penless Thoughts said...

Thanks for the tour. Lovely!!
Susan

September 06, 2007 12:45 am  
Blogger Merle said...

Hi again Jan ~~ Thanks so much for your comments, glad you liked my camelias and the jokes. The man who came to do the lawns did a really good job, so he can return.
My dear friend Karen gave ne another Nice Matters award, so I have to pass it on to another 8 people. So, guess what - you're one of them. The logo is on top of my sidebar and Karen is on my
blogroll. Take care, Are you still coming on 24th Sept to meet Connie aka Meow? Love, Merle.

September 06, 2007 8:35 pm  
Blogger LittleJen said...

you have re-done your wheelbarrow, now if it goes missing when im there next it wasnt me.

Luv Jo xoxoxox

September 06, 2007 9:26 pm  
Anonymous Allotment Lady said...

Fabulous photos and to nice to see spring flowers

September 07, 2007 5:45 am  
Blogger Helen said...

Glad you enjoyed the biscuits, Jeanette. I am rather partial to my Portmeirion pottery. In fact, I am tempted to go back to my favourite shop (In Glenferrie) and buy another piece, but I think himself might be a bit annoyed about that. Happy gardening! I do so enjoy this time of year.

September 07, 2007 10:10 am  
Blogger Lee-ann said...

Jeanette, I love your potted plants and would love to have some out the front of my house....and I did a year ago but one night late there was a noise and when Rob got up all our plants and garden seats were gone!!! off to a trash & treasure market I am sure.

So I enjoyed seeing yours very much.

Lee-ann

September 07, 2007 6:21 pm  
Blogger Susie said...

Hi Jen,
What a lovely peek at your garden. It reminds me that things are starting over fresh in your part of the world. Here we're getting ready for fall. A wonderful never ending cycle..
xo

September 10, 2007 2:52 pm  

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