Wednesday, May 19, 2010

From the garden


Snowball Viburnum
Joining Kathleen at Faded Charm for White Wednesday
Susan at A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday


32˙North said...

Both bouquets are so lush and beautiful - I love flowers that tumble and spill over their vases!


Sherry said...

Beautiful. I just love the snowball viburnum we had one growing up and I miss it.

Catherine said...

I like your snowballs they make a nice "bouquet" and your garden looks very nice too! catherine

joanny said...

The old master's loved painting bouquets of flowers -- Come to think of it artist still do....

Lovely indeed.

Happy Outdoor Wednesday.


Valerie said...

Oh, my what beautiful flowers...and from your very own garden!!!

Happy Outdoor Wedensday,


xinex said...

I can just imagine how pretty your garden looks based on those gorgeous blooms....Christine

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

I posted a picture of my snowball viburnum this week too!

Lori said...

oh, my...your bouquets are stunning!!!

Melly said...

I've seen the snowball flowers on a few blogs now and I want one or two or maybe more they are sooooo beautiful...I hope I can get them here in aussie land :)
Have a wonderful day!

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Oh so very lovely.... precious gifts here on earth.

Faded Charm said...

Your bouquets look beautiful and these are all my favorite flowers.

Take care,


myletterstoemily said...

gorgeous bouquets! i can only imagine
the lovely scent.

i forget how stunning white flowers are.

cheri said...

So beautiful! We were gone during the peak of our lilacs - thank you for letting us enjoy yours!

Kathy said...

paying a visit to those who've entered my Cottage Charm Giveaway. Thanks!
I am swooning over the lilacs and snowballs! It's just too hot here in Georgia. I fell in love with lilacs when we lived in Ohio!

Mrs. Mobunny said...

I was just talking to somebody the other day about lilacs....and couldn't remember when they bloomed. The little town I grew up in had lilac bushes up and down the sandy streets. I *loved* them in the mornings when you had to shake the dew off of them before taking them into the house. I now live on the coast and there are no lilac bushes to be found.

Elizabeth G. said...

You have a pretty blog!

Jan LaFollette said...

Thanks so much for visiting....yes, it is the rain that keeps us beautiful. Generally, it does rain thru Memorial Day and the Rose Festival so hope that hold true this year, too, 'cause it is cold, too. Love your blog, you are a woman after my own heart!

Leslie, the Home Maker said...

How gorgeous!
I love large, full flowerheads like these, and hydrangea.
I wanted to pop by and tell you hi and give you a big South Carolina WELCOME to my home!
Thank you and I got your entry for the birdcage giveaway!
Hope to see you around!
Blessings to you as you make your home!

Sweet Old Vintage said...

I adore flowers... So lovely.... nothing like grsndkids to remind ou of the age difference... yikes.

Linnea said...

This flowers are really beautiful, and I am so glad that you have my background.
Have a wonderful summer.
:) Linnea

Barbara said...

Oh I love your flowers, they are so beautiful, Lilacs are one of my favorites, and not seen any since we left the North, I bought some once and they do not grow good in the South. Love this blog, thanks for sharing all your beauty around you, Hugs and blessings, Barbara

Kathi said...

I never realized how lovely the white snowball is. This bouquet is gorgeous. Kathi