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Sunday, April 30, 2017

SPRING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA



SPRING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA



Welcome to my Spring Garden

Spring came early this year in the middle of March, due to the warm weather and lots of rain.  After 6 years of very little rain everyone lost lots of plants.  I lost about 10 rose bushes.

This rose bush is a David Austin climber and it is stunning and the smell WOW


One of my beautiful iris plants.  Really bloomed early.


Love to hear the sound of moving water from the fountain - it's so relaxing.


This is my plant "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow", each day it is a different color.




These plants are my Bells of Ireland  and they come back each spring.


Looking at my gazebo - it needs a hair cut. All of the above photo;s are from the back yard.



Nap time for the dogs and me too.

My son Shaun and his girl friend Kim.  They stopped by to take me to dinner as they were off to Costa Rico the next day for Kim's Birthday.  We had a wonderful dinner and I loved my steak. Had a grand time with them - they are so much in love and cute together.  She is a head nurse in the Labor and Delivery Department of a near by hospital.




Just a few of my beautiful Iris's  they came so early this year and their colors are so vibrant.


Another one of my David Austin  climbers in the front side yard.  They sure smell so good.



This is the Eden rose and its a climber


Red Eden rose

Porch all dressed up for Easter.


This Iris is such a soft lavender color.  Wished they stayed longer that 2 days.  I wait all year for them to bloom and then here and gone.


This is a wild flower and I forget the name of it.  They sure are pretty and fill the garden beds so nicely.


These pictures are shots of my front yard and I would like to get rid of all the grass and just have roses and flowers in the front yard.




My Chicago Peace rose with so many buds on the plant.




That is the front yard with all the roses and iris in bloom.  Hope that you liked my Spring garden.

Today was the Fullerton Garden Tour and I didn't go on it as there wasn't a lot of gardens that I liked.
Next weekend is the Mary Lou Heards Garden Tour.  I am hoping that I can get to one of the days.  But they said rain next weekend, we will see.

So that's what i have been up to.  I just shopped the house and re-arranged my vignette with different items.  Will do another post next week with my shopping spree.

I don't seem to have a lot of time lately.  I have been taking my neighbor to therapy twice a week.  She fell and really hurt herself and can hardly walk.  Then with my Doctor visits and grocery shopping - the week is gone  and I am pooped. I also take a friend shopping too as she does not have a car. I am
the driver for the neighborhood. Doesn't take much to get me tired, then I sit down and read or nap for a little while and get up and finish my chores.

I hope all of you are having a beautiful Spring and your gardens are amazing.

Waldo, Lili and I thank you for stopping by to visit with us and hopefully you will leave us a comment.  I'm off for my nap - the dogs are calling me.

Mary

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61 comments:

  1. Hi Mary! Oh, your garden is breathtaking! All of the roses are so healthy and strong!
    Your entire landscape is a picture! So lush and lovely. I love California!
    Oh, the doggies are very cute! I hope you were able to take a nice long nap. I had a nap today, too!

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    1. So glad that you liked the post. I can't believe how beautiful my gardens are. After so many years of no rain I was afraid that every thing would die.

      I did get a mini nap in LOL. Didn't sleep ast night so I amm hoping that I get a good one tonight.

      So goof hearing from you and that you liked my post. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful week.

      Hugs,
      Mary

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  2. Mary, I forget from year to year how beautiful your gardens are and all the pretty roses and flowers you have. I have never seem that Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow plant. That is a really pretty one. I can't believe all the work you have put into those gardens over the years. I am sure the grass does make it more work but I do like the looks of the grass "island" in your flower beds.
    Great picture of Shaun and his sweet girl. They look happy together and she looks like a lovely person...thank God!
    Love to you and your sweet pets. Hope you can get to a garden tour! xo Diana

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    1. I always love when I hear from you - you are my very first blogger to comment on my first post. So glad that you like this post.

      I do have a gardener that comes weekly and cuts the grass, blow's all the dirt on the patio and porch and leaves. He will do other chores but I have to remind him what to do, as I pay dearly for this service.

      I am surprised that I have any blooms on the roses with the wind we had from Thursday on. It is letting up, but sure was terrible.

      I carried all those pavers in and laid them my self. Shaun and his friend Duke did help with some. When I purchased the house there was NOTHING in the front or back yard. I have a lot of money invested in the landscaping. I love setting out there in the morning, in my nightgown having coffee and talking on the phone. You will have to send me your phone # and I will call you up - doesn't cost extra.

      Will send email about my interview with Dee and her daughter. They seem so nice and caring - we will see.

      Have a terrific week and have fun with your vets.

      Lots of hugs,
      Mary

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  3. Oh Mary where to begin with your beautiful post. The garden flowers are stunning. The rain and nice weather have gifted your garden this year. Such beautiful blooms. Love seeing Waldo and Lili enjoying and doing so well. Such cuties. Your Son and his girlfriend Kim are a cute couple. Such a sweet pic of the two of them. Glad they came by to spend some time with you and have dinner. Enjoy that beautiful garden. Makes me excited that we will be seeing flowers in about a month around here. Happy New Week.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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    1. Oh Kris, so glad that you enjoyed the post. I will have to admit that this year the flowers are stunning and all the roses are blooming or have finished blooming. Time to prune the roses so I will get more blooms in a month.

      Shaun and Kim are at Kelly's tournament, It has been going on for the last two days. I am hoping that she gets some blue ribbons and doesn't get thrown off the horse. She is quite the rider, even has a little job at the ranch two days a week saddling the horses, and brushing them. She wants a horse so bad, but they are just to expensive - they lease one. Who knew that you could lease a horse. LOL

      I can hardly wait to see all the magic you work on your new home. i know it will be amazing and your flowers will be stunning.

      Take care my friend and have a wonderful week.

      Hugs,
      Mary

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  4. Oh Mary, what a pleasure to visit you again. It's been a long time.
    Isn't it wonderful to have green in our lawns back and to be able to water a bit without being anxious. Your garden is gorgeous..and cozy and a place one would like to spend the afternoon just reading a good book.
    I hope I get to see you again one of these days. If you are ever up this way, please do stop by.
    What a handsome son you have..and his girl is lovely.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a great comment. i am so glad to hear from you. I was worried, but glad that you are getting back into the swing of things.

      Yes, it is wonderful that the grass is green and the flowers are blooming.

      If I get out to Riverside I will definitely give you a call and stop by.

      Enjoy your week and take care.

      Hugs,
      Mary

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  5. What a wonderful post. Your garden looks spectacular! I am very impressed with the Bells of Ireland, I didn't know we could grow them, far less having them reseed. Something new for me to try next year. Thank You!

    I want to take out the rest of my grass too but it takes a bit of work. I have found that for me the best way is to lay down layers of newspaper and then cover it with mulch. This seems to work, but it takes a while before you can plant.

    Have a great week and thank you for sharing your lovely garden.

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  6. Mary,

    I am in awe of your lovely garden...all the roses and the iris. I'm thinking of planting iris here at the lake, not sure now that you say they only bloom two days. Still, you have such a variety and abundance of gorgeous greenery. Your front yard is amazing...compared to the homes across the street, I see a magical place that must get a lot of views from passerby's! And...I'm so happy to see Waldo and Lili doing well!

    Your son Shaun, and his gal look very happy together. I know you must have had a lovely time together. You have another son who has your granddaughter, right? But Shaun live close to you?

    Thank you for the tour of your garden. It makes me happy yo know you live in all that splendor!!!

    Jane x

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  7. Oh Mary, your garden makes my heart sing. And I just did a post about the Rose Garden right down the street from my house. The rain has made your roses grow beautifully, along with your other flowers. I love your little chair and iron table and bunnies. I miss my garden so much, Mary. And I hope to have one again someday. Your purple Iris is such a pretty color. Your back yard is a peaceful place to be. I could sit out there for a long time. I love the look of your brick fence too, and that red rose is just for me. I enjoyed browsing through all your pictures. You have a really charming garden, Mary.

    Happy May!

    love, ~Sheri

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    1. Thank you so very much for your kind comments. I love my garden so much and last year I lost interest due to not being able to water. I saved as much as I could for my roses, but still lost some. One of my favorites is Abe Lincoln and it was only a couple year old and it died. I have left it think just maybe the roots will grow again. Since you love red roses, look it up at a nursery and you will just love it. The smell is heavenly.

      Just came in from the garden, watered the back yard, filled up the fountain, and bird baths.

      Have a wonderful week Sheri and enjoy Spring.
      Thanks so much for stopping by.

      Hugs,
      Mary

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  8. oh Mary, Mary..what a gorgeous yard and garden you have! I must add your lovely blog to my sidebar...How have I missed your lovely creations...family and sweet dogs! I am just in awe of all the beauty in your garden! So happy to meet a new blogger!

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    1. So glad that you liked my post. I follow you some. but now I have added you to my list of bloggers.

      I think you can tell that I love my gardens. This year it is amazing that the roses have so many blooms compared to the last 6 years of drought. There are many blooms and the color is so vibrant. I did show all my roses as I have about 100 bushes.

      Once again. its great meting you and I will be following your blog. Have a wonderful week.

      Mary

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  9. Mary - What gorgeous flowers!! I've never had iris until last year when I moved into this home and they are so pretty. I have had purple, shades of purple, purple and yellow, deep purple, white and last week had pink ones. They are so pretty.

    Thanks for sharing all of your yards with us. The yellow Peace rose is my very favorite rose of all time.

    Tell Lili and Waldo that Bella sends her love. We found out this week that she has some arthritis in her hips. She's been having trouble jumping up and down off of the bed. But, they put her on some meds and she's so much better. Thank goodness. I don't know what I'd do without her company.

    Have a great week.

    Judy

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Judy and so glad that you liked my gardens. Boy the rain sure helped my garden this year. the flowers are so vibrant in color and twice the number of blooms on the roses. And I didn't even show all of my roses.

      So glad that Bella is doing well on her medication. Waldo is having a little difficulty, but he still gets up on the bed. Good thing I have a Queen because they both want to get on it. Lili is 9 or 10 and Waldo is 12 or 13. The vet wasn't sure of their exact age. I know what you mean, I love my dogs and they sure are happy that have retired and are home with them most of the day.

      Hope that you weather is good. I always worry about your tornado.

      Waldo and Lili send hugs to Bella.

      Hugs,
      Mary

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  10. You have a beautiful garden...

    Please visit: http://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com

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  11. Hi Mary,
    I'm in Southern CA also (San Diego) so I know your heartache of not being able to water, then having weeks of rain and loosing plants and now it's up in the high 80's again. We resorted to pulling out all our grass (dead from no water), and putting rocks everywhere. Ugh! I'm getting into container gardening with beautiful plants so I don't feel like I'm in the desert (no offense to anyone living in the desert!). Your garden is lovely and fun!

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    1. Thanks for your comments and stopping by my blog. So nice to meet you Vickie. I love San Diego. I lived there for a couple of years (50 years) again.

      I didn't have the heart to change my garden. I was letting my grass die and was going to plant more native plants, but then came the rain. I really wish we would have rain once a week.

      Enjoy your week and garden.

      Mary

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  12. Hi Mary, oh you have the most beautiful flowers in your front and backyard. I love them all! That is a lot of work you have taking care of everything. I do hope you have some help with it. You make me miss CA so much. I can't wait to go back for a visit. Your son looks so happy with his girlfriend!
    Give the dogs a big hug from Bosco and I. Happy May to you.
    Take care and have a nice week.
    Hugs, Julie

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    1. Oh Julie thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such wonderful comments. I love my gardens and have so many great places to sit and read a book, drink tea or a nice glass of Merlot.

      Waldo and Lili send woofs to Bosco. Have a terrific week and i do hope you come back to California so we can meet again.

      Hugs,
      Mary

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  13. Your garden is fabulous, Mary! I love every bloom, but especially the irises, which remind me of my Aunt Iris -- it was her favorite flower and now one of mine. So beautiful! And those roses! We won't see roses for another month or two. What a glorious glimpse of spring in full flower!

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    1. Thank so stopping by Jeanie. I do love the iris and now they have ones that bloom more than once. They one of my favorite plants.

      Hope you get Spring soon.

      Mary

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  14. Mary your gardens are just gorgeous and I love looking at them!what beautiful Flowers you have!

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and seeing my gardens.

      Have a wonderful weekend.

      Mary

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  15. Oh, I am so envious of your beautiful flowers and yard!! Should be featured in a garden magazine! Also your warmer weather! We are going to order a David Austin Rose this week to go on our arbor. I can't wait until it is nice enough here to be outside more! It is nice that your can be the driver for your neighborhood! Nancy

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Nancy. So glad that you liked my gardens. You will love the David Austin roses. They are so full and the smell is wonderful. Do you know which one you are getting? With all the rain we had the bushes were fuller than I have ever seen them in a long time.

      Have a great weekend.

      Mary

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  16. Love your garden! WOW! All those beautiful colors coming together makes me so jealous! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Cindy. My first bloom of roses were stunning. Since we had so much rain they really out did themselves. The colors were so vibrant and full of blooms.
      Have a wonderful weekend.

      Mary

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  17. Your flowers are beautiful - iris are one of my favorite flowers. Like your doggies too!

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Carol. I do love the roses and iris plants.
      Have a wonderful weekend.

      Mary

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  18. Oh Mary, your gardens are just gorgeous! The roses are amazing, I especially love the first one you showed us. And your irises! Everything is so pretty, you sure do have a green thumb! I agree, I love your idea of replacing the front lawn with more flowers:) Say hi to Waldo and Lili for me. I miss you and will email you very soon:) You are such a sweetheart to look after those in your neighborhood! Just don't overdo it yourself!
    big hugs from me and Molly:)

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    1. Oh I am so happy to hear from you. I have been thinking about you and wondering how everything is in your life and Molly's. Thanks so much for your sweet comments. My roses look terrible now due to the very high winds we had - looks like it snowed LL

      Write send an email soon and tell you what's going on at the Ferguson household.

      Hugs to Molly and of course you too.

      Mary

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  19. Your garden looks amazing! Isn't wonderful after so many years of drought! The roses look amazing, and I love your charming iron bench and Easter decor. That is so nice of you to help your neighbor. Stay well. I can see why you are tired at the end of the day! Take care, Mary. xoox Su

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    1. Thanks so much Su for your lovely comments. I couldn't believe just how amazing the roses were this year, so vibrant in color and twice as many buds on the rose bushes.

      I have a round table in the front patio that matches the bench with 6 chairs. My friend didn't want any longer, so I said YES.

      Have a wonderful weekend Su.

      Mary

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  20. Sounds like your neighborhood is as lovely as your gardens. I enjoyed your tour so much and only differ with you on the grassy walkway. You said you'd like to get rid of all the grass, but I found the grassy walkway really adds to the beauty of your yard. It gives a place for the eyes to rest, kind of like blank spaces in paintings. Just a thought. Have a great weekend, you deserve it.

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  21. Thanks so much for stopping by. I probably won;t take up the grass as I'm just to darn old to do any kind of work like that. I really don't have that much in the front or back yards. It was bad enough putting all the gardens in myself. When I purchased the house there was nothing other than two bushes in the front up by the house and NOTHING in the back yard.

    Have a great weekend.

    Mary

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  22. Is It heaven?! A delightful garden !!!Gorgeous!

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  23. Wow!

    Your garden is lovely! Mine is coming along slowly. The weeds still seem to do better than the flowers.

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    1. It's a never ending job Carol, I only wish I could do more, but I am afraid that Arthur is taking over my body, LOL. My bones have their own idea of what to do.

      Have a great week. Did you get rain, we did and the wind sure messed up my Bell of Ireland - they are drooping over on the grass. Will have to cut them before gardener comes or he will run over them with the mower.

      Mary

      PS - Rogers Gardens is nothing like the one that you went to. IT does have lovely grounds and they offer some free classes. They put in a restaurant last summer, which is very nice, but you have to have reservations in about 4 week prior to going. It is also very expensive and not good reviews.

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  24. Hi Mary, your gardens are amazing and as lovely as ever. Your roses are incredible!! I'm so glad you finally got the much needed rain. Your son and his girlfriend are a cute couple and I hope they enjoy a great time on their trip. You sure keep busy my friend. I don't know how you do it all from helping neighbors to all your own gardening and home chores. Love seeing the sweet babies!!Take good care and enjoy the rest of the weekend. Hugs and Joys sweet friend. xo

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  25. Thanks so much for stopping - so good to see your comment. Have you kinda stopped posting?

    Glad that you liked my post. My flowers now looking terrible as we had rain, hail and high winds on Saturday and Sunday, plus very chilly. We did get some good rain, which we always need but played havoc on the roses and flowers.

    Hope your doing well and enjoying Spring. Take care my friend and so glad to see your comments.

    Lots of hugs,
    Mary

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  26. Mary your gardens are a sight to see!...I wonder if those who drive by your house drive slowly by to see all of the beauty in your yard...love all of the gorgeous flowers...you certainly have a green thumb...love, love the yellow David Austin climbing roses!...I think I shall see if I can grow the Bells of Ireland here....and how nice that your son and his girl got to stop by and see you before they headed to Costa Rica...i bet you had a wonderful time with them....thanks for all of the beauty Mary!

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  27. Just wanted to see your Spring flowers again and your gardens and wish you a Happy Mother's Day, Mary. It's getting warmer here every day. : )

    love, ~Sheri

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  28. Hi Mary. Oh, so happy Spring is here and your garden is showing all the joy. Your iris and roses are so beautiful and the flower you can't remember the name of is Valerian, or the Garden Gate flower as my grandmother referred to it. A think a bird dropped a seed of it to me from my neighbors so it is coming up all over the garden. I am having more of it each year and I don't mind a bit. It is colorful and we cut it back when it is through blooming and it will come back and bloom again in just a short time. I don't need to mention again that if a plant doesn't come back on its own, then it doesn't belong in my garden!!..Happy Thursday and Happy Mother's Day..xxoJudy

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Judy. Glad that you like all my flowers. They have really out did themselves, thanks to a lot of wonderful RAIN.

      Thank so much for the name of that plant. Yes, I have them all over the yard. It hasn't made it's way to the front yet. LOL

      Again, thanks.
      Hugs,
      Mary

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  29. Mary, your gardens are so beautiful. Isn't it great to be able to sit and enjoy the beauty? Climbing roses are so beautiful, especially on your arbor. Your son and his girlfriend make a cute couple. I hope they are having fun in Costa Rica. Have a lovely Mother's day.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by. I love to just go out in the garden with a cup of coffee and in my nightgown. It is so peaceful.

      The kids had a terrific time in Costa Rica and he caught a big Tuna and had it dressed and brought home.

      M"ary

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  30. Omg! You have such a beautiful yard full of gorgeous flowers! Your neighbors must love you! I like the winding paths between all of the flowers. You obviously have a green thumb.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such wonderful comments. I do get alot of people looking at the garden, especially the walkers.

      thanks again,

      Mary

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  31. Mary!

    My goodness! I can smell those gorgeous David Austin climbers all the way from Crete! How pretty all your flowers are! And I know from experience that they demand a lot of work - I mean, TLC! You, my dear friend, have bestowed upon them so much of that, and it shows.

    I've never heard of 'Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow', but I am intrigued, and must 'google' it. The red wildflowers are beautiful; I have a weakness for wildflowers, since they grow all on their own, without anyone's help, here in the meadows that make my walks bearable when I'm too tired even to blink. I am also surprised about the iris, lasting only two days. But, it is your roses that always capture my full attention and I aspire to grow them as beautifully as you do. Right now, it's only one little pot of a pink/yellow/orange combination, but their scent is strong, just like the ones I remember in my childhood.

    Shaun and Kim are adorable! So lovely that they stopped by to spend some quality time with you. I know you have some major decisions to make and I look forward to your email when you have news, or simply if you want to chat.

    Thanks for sharing your glorious and gorgeous spring garden with us!

    Happy Mother's Day, sweet lady!

    Hugs,
    Poppy

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Poppy. So glad that you liked the roses. I love going out in the early morning and see what they are up to. They really have out performed themselves this year. With all that wonderful rain they look amazing.

      Will write more in an email.

      Hugs dear friend.

      Mary

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  32. Hi Mary, I hope all is well with you and the dogs and celebrating Mother's Day. Wishing you a wonderful week.
    Julie xo

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  33. Hi Mary :)

    Your garden is beautiful! At first I thought you might live in Arcadia where I grew up, because of all the ranch houses. Anyway, I'm glad you had a nice time with your son and his girlfriend and I hope you and the pups enjoyed your naps :)

    xo,
    rue

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    1. I live in Fullerton which is close to Disneyland. So glad that you liked my roses and flowers.

      Yes, the kids had a great time in Costa Rico.

      Waldo, Lili and I like to go and take a nap or just rest about 1:00 p.m I get tired and then get up about 4 and work some more.

      Have a great week.

      Mary

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  34. I'm not sure how I missed this post because I love all of your garden posts, and check your blog regularly. What beautiful flowers! The iris photos are particularly gorgeous. Years ago I had a wonderful bed of iris, but only the tradition purple and nothing else. I love the colors that you show here. Everything looks so botanical! I am having a bit of construction done this spring, so everything is torn up and I have nothing planted at all. I can hardly wait to get out and buy some flowers.

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  35. Wow!!! Mary, your garden is so beautiful! I love all the roses you have and your Iris are spectacular! You have a gorgeous front yard too! That's a lot of work to maintain. You're quite a gardener! I think you need an award for being such a caring person! You're friends and neighbors are very lucky to have you! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Hugs, Jody ♥

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  36. It's getting warmer here too, Mary. I have the air conditioner on today. Yes, sometimes we forget how fortunate we are to live in California. We have everything here, and you have your ROSES AND DISNEYLAND!!

    love, ~Sheri

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  37. Dearest Mary...what a beautiful front and back garden...how delightful to live in a state where such beautiful flowers grow...we have hot, blowing winds here all spring and our gardens suffer....
    So glad you had a good time with son and his girl...hope their trip will be full of fun for them.
    Thank you so much for your prayers for Mr. Sweet..he is gaining strength after 3 weeks in a rehab facility....

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  38. Mary, I never tire of seeing your garden. You certainly have a green thumb girl! Your roses and Iris are breathtaking! Love your porch all decked out for spring!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  39. I echo Jody's words..you are such a caring person..and Linda's comment about the cute couple:)
    Beautiful gardens..so different than here..now is the time to plant for us..so the work has begun for a few months enjoyment.
    I have only seen as many roses as yours at our botanical gardens lol..I love your 2 tall bunnies and the roosters:) The nasturtiums and your tidy borders:)♥

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