Wednesday, May 18, 2011

OK…I’m a plant-a-holic!

Friday I filled up the back of the Durango with flowers from a local nursery.  This is my kitchen!!!

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See that cast iron skillet?  I wonder who put that there?

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Saturday I went with Tammy, her husband and his friend to Ash Grove, MO to a nursery I’d never been to.  Uh-oh!

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Here are some pictures from our yard~before planting the new stuff.  Sunday Mickey and his friend were walking around the garden and said they counted 50 plants that needed to be planted!  I said did you count the 6 packs as 6?  They both said NO!

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I’ve planted Mon, Tues. and Wed.  No pictures of that new stuff yet!  It has started raining here and is not supposed to stop until next Wed. or Thursday!

Hope you enjoyed your garden tour.

Peace,

Sheri

16 comments:

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Holy Cowgirl!! You've got a big garden and that sounds like a lot of plants waiting on you!!! I went today, too and got my own project ahead of me! I LOVE to go to the greenhouses!! Your garden looks great ~ orderly ~ not messy like mine!!

Jacque. said...

WOW...that's about all I can say about your yard/garden. Just, WOW! it's amazing, it's beautiful, it's a whole lot of work!

Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

Absolutely gorgeous! LOve the bottle tree and boy do you ever have a green thumb....That is one amazing flower garden!!!!

Julia said...

WOW is the operative word here. What a gorgeous yard you have. Happy gardening and thanks for sharing. JB

summersundays-jw said...

Your yard is wonderful!!!! Jan

katie said...

Shari, your garden/yard is amazing. I wish I like to do that type of thing, but when it gets hot I run for the A/C.
I love the little house/shed, it looks so inviting.

Taos Sunflower said...

Wow, Sheri, you have a great yard. I can't imagine how much better it will be once you get the new plants going. So lush!

Courtney said...

Your gardens are spectacular! I love all the little areas you have. Peonies are just so wonderful!
I can't wait to start a new garden when we find a new place!
Courtney

TamboinMO said...

Kenny has more stuff for you....he hasn't dug it up yet, but just let us know when you are ready for more!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Sheri ~
Your gardens are beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing. Your blooms are way ahead of us. I love the blue bottle tree. I have a bottle tree and other just on rebar, but I need more blue bottles. I need to drink more reisling...lol! (I have one half gone in the fridge now.)
You look MAHVELOUS!!!
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

Thistle House Primitives said...

Sheri, I love your garden and the blue bottle tree, too!!
Jimmy Dean must love exploring. My yorkie loves playing in the garden.
Terri

Larkrise garden girl said...

I also have an addiction to plants. Your garden looks wonderful and well worth the work. Thanks for allowing us to see your work of art. Cheri

dulcy said...

Wow! It all looks fabulous! Don't you love Oscars in Ash Grove? Haven't been there in ages, but it's just an awesome nursery....... What's up next week? Maybe we can do lunch and hook.
xo
dulcy

Orange Sink said...

Sheri,
I've been back here several times to take your garden tour! I am just in awe of all your beautiful plantings! It looks like the tropics! I can tell you love to dig in and connect with the earth!
You must have a secret to having such healthy and lovely blooms!
I have been doing lots of weeding here in between trips to the house for more Ibuprofen!
LOVE your garden decor which speaks of the artistic flower child you are!!
Peace!
Cathy G

weaverpat said...

You have a heavenly garden!
Keep those tours coming throughout the summer, please!!!

Miccosukee said...

Sheri,
What a great garden! You girls out there and your big gardens are a blast! Til I get settled, all my plants and vegetables are in containers. Yesterday I looked at how tall the tomato plants are and wondered how am I going to move all these?

When the time comes, I guess something will turn up.