Sunday, June 14, 2009

Share a Garden Sunday

So how are your gardens growing? I went blog hopping today and Artie at "Color Outside the Lines" is hosting this.
Grab the doo hicky and share a picture or twelve, don't forget to post your link.

Ever wonder what to do with mardi gras beads?

Well what do you think? Do you want to share? I am always posting mine. You might even be getting bored with squash blossoms and cat litter buckets full of peaches.

for the inquiring minds that want to know;
my hair color.

and just in case you missed it yesterday,
Heather Jansch
not be missed.


niartist said...

Karen Deborah - thank you so much for joining in on Share a Garden Sunday! I really appreciate it - and look at your garden! Love the lush vegetable garden! I ate some fried eggplant today for the first time, and it made me want to rush home and plant one! LOL! Beautiful, thanks again for sharing!

Mental P Mama said...

Your garden is glorious. As are your locks;)

Unknown said...

What a great idea for the beads!We have them here,in Tampa,every year at Gasparilla.I thought they'd make great Christmas decor,but I like your idea better.Great blog,and great garden!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

ahhh...of course...summer lovlies festooned with mardi gras beads. Perfect!

Grand gardens, My dear!

Yolanda said...

I love your hair color and your garden. I remember riding thru waveland and the Garden District and seeing them up in the trees and loving it.
I am so glad to have found your blog.

Unknown said...

Your garden is magnificant! I love the golden locks too.

Chris H said...

You have an awe inpiring garden!
And I see Heather has your hair colour too! Very nice. AND NO GREY...that's a bonus.
You made me laugh today with our comment "Bless Your Heart"... cos I was ranting and raving and swearing up a storm and you didn't batt an eyelid! LOL (or did you?) *smiles*

~~Rhonda said...

I would love to visit your garden. So much variety! It looks like a fascinating garden. Thanks so much for sharing. ~~Rhonda

Chris H said...

I am giving you an Award! It will be on tomorrow's post (tuesday here in New Zealand).

WudWerkr said...

my garden looks like a postage stamp compaired to that , 20' x 20' i have 4 rows of corn and 1 tomatoe , 3 various types of pepper and 1 cucumber

Farmgirl Paints said...

Love your garden. Talk about lush!
And your hair is bea-u-tiful:)

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I hope you heal quickly!!

Ruth Hunter said...

As usual your flowers and garden are beautiful.. How in the world do you get your lantana's to grow so large. I have some that are old and they are not near that big. Do you cut them back in the fall?

Ruth Hunter

Blue Muse said...

Your gardens are beautiful! The use of mardi gras beads is so clever and gorgeous!
I'm jealous of your hostras -- the snails make a quick meal of every single one that I plant, no matter what I do to try and keep them away! Little buggers!
oh, and your hair color is spectacular!
xo Isa

Cat Lady said...

I do take pride in our garden Sugar Nae Nae, teehee, and we serve an awesome god who makes a garden thrive so much. When I get a house of my own, I'm going to have an all-blue garden! ^.^

Unknown said...

We don't have Mardi Gras beads here,in Tampa,but we do have Gasparilla beads.I never thought of using them that way.I always used them as Christmas decor.Hmmmm.....
and your garden is beautiful!