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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Dividing perennials, working on new designs

I love perennials and herbs! you buy a little pot, plant it and each year you are blessed with more than the year before. I've been dodging the rain drops and have been dividing my plants and replanting them.

I'm trying to get the thyme to grow all around my stone trough. It smells so good! I'm also severly computer challenged and cannot figure out how to get the text where I want it! Sorry!

I've divided these wild geraniums several times, I've been transplanting them to different parts of the yard.

It smells so wonderful outside right now with the lilacs and lily of the valley blooming!

Aren't these Virginia bluebells so pretty, I just wish they lasted longer

On the design front, I have 2 new things finished~~
First up is a tombstone one called 1612. This is in memory of the Pendle Witches.
I've been reading a good book on that subject~

The second is called The Olde Settlement.
Neither are stitched yet, stay tuned!
Thanks for stopping by~~



Margaret said...

Nice garden! Can't wait to see your new designs -- I always love them!

Catherine said...

Your gardens look beautiful!!

I am so intrigued about your new designs - can't wait to see them!

I'm off to check out that book right now!

Nancy said...

Your flowers are just beautiful! Don't you love lilacs, and the bluebells are very pretty!

I love the names of your designs. Recently I finished stitching Cape Cod's Girls, and it's one of my favorites! One of these days I'll stitch the Boys too!

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see the new designs!! I very much enjoyed your photos of your gardens, thank you!!! KimWI

Siobhan said...

I can't wait to see the new designs, Lisa! Your garden is beautiful!

Laurie in Iowa said...

Loved seeing the snaps of your garden and I'm looking forward to seeing your new designs.

Sherry aka AutumnTurtle said...

I can't wait for your new designs honey!! The gardens are lovely

Katrina said...

Love all the gardening pictures, I have lots of perennials but i wouldn't have a clue how to divide them, LOL.

Can't wait for the new designs!

Natasha said...

Lisa, those lilacs look wonderfuland i am sure smell great as well. Lilacs and lilly of the valley are my favorite, they were grandmothers favorite also.

Have fun in the garden :)

Michelle said...

Love your stone trough. It will be beautiful surrounded by thyme. And now I'm wishing I had a garden too! Love the idea for your new designs...can't wait. And funny you should mention it, I was going to suggest that book to you as soon as I saw it. I'll need to read it!

Cari said...

Beautiful garden Lisa....I often wished we could grow lilacs in Florida. I love them! I'll just have to settle for the night-time blooming jasmine and my magnolia. Looking forward to your new designs! Happy Stitching and gardening!

Anonymous said...

I just finished the book a few days ago. It is AMAZING and highly recommended!