Thursday, June 19, 2008

In Our Garden...

... the roses thrive on the sunlight, despite the heat...





... the eucalyptus sheds its skin--and leaves!--and scatters them everywhere. What a chore!


(Click on this one, for full flavor!)

The agapanthus bloom, creating an ethereal blue carpet on the shoulders of their emerald green leaves and tall, graceful stems...





... the sassy morning glory wants to strangle everything with its clinging vines...





... and the Buddha sits serene as ever, with a fuschia in his lap.



All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.

It's Wednesday... Blessings, everyone.

5 comments:

citizen of the world said...

Beautiful flowers. I have morning glories trying to take over, too.

lindsey said...

Peter-

What gorgeous flowers! I always love California gardens as you all are able to grow things those of us with Midwestern weather cannot.

I moved to Springfield at the very start of June, but thank you for the welcome!

Lindsey

Robin said...

yes, and may you have a wonderful week ahead.

Thanks for the flowers.

robin andrea said...

Your garden is quite beautiful and serene, peter.

mandt said...

Peter~Your garden looks so beautiful.
Roses & Buddha...the tall backdrop of agapanthus----I've always loved morning glories. They add a bit of magic with their early blooms and tendrils.
We'll be California bound before long.