Apr 26, 2014

Becky's Garden

Becky's garden is a little old fashion and I just love it. Many of the plants and flowers are from an antique or wild variety. She named them all for us,but I can't repeat them now...sorry...maybe you can recognize some  :) I do remember her telling me the very pink flower was an antique variety. Becky did tease and asked us to " Please,don't eat the Daisies ", refering to the old Doris Day movie...do you know it?  Cute movie! The movie was inspired by the book by Jean Kerr 1957

My two wonderful friends...Becky and Betty.

It was a beautiful day for a walk through Becky's little garden. I did not know my picture was being taken here and have a bit of frown on my face...which I have often because it hurts to walk. I wasn't unhappy though ...just in pain.  The young lady is Betty's daughter Heather.

Oh,and we were good and did as Becky asked....we did not eat any of her daisies  :)
Blessings to all


Earlene L. said...

Shelley what a FUN tour!!!Loved her garden so much. Cool idea under the trellis with the old white enamelware.
I am so anxious for my flowers to start blooming and see some colors.
thanks for sharing today

Sew Blessed Maw [Judy] said...

Shelly, what beautiful flower garden your friends have.. I enjoyed the tour.. SO sorry you were in pain walking.. Praying for you ..hugs

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

Your friend has a beautiful garden with such interesting collectibles to look at!

I have empathy for the pain you have walking. The pain from the arthritis I have in my knee makes me frown to the point where I have a small groove forming between my eyes, yet I am not mentally ready to get knee replacement surgery. Working in my flower beds takes my mind off of my pain while I am out there, but my knee sure reminds me at night if I have too much fun in the garden in a day.

It looks like you enjoyed a beautiful spring day in your friend's garden. I am glad you showed us around.

Liane said...

What a lovely garden! I love how she incorporates the bottles, trellis, and enamelware in with the flowers. I am anxious here in the Northeast to see some blooms - right now I'll just have to appreciate the forsythia and flowering almond trees. Thank you for sharing Becky's garden!

Blessed Serendipity said...

What a pretty garden. Hope you aren't always in pain and are feeling GOOD today.

xo Danielle

DollZandThingZ said...

What an amazing and beautiful garden! How wonderful to visit it! Sorry you were in pain walking. I hope the memory of friends and flowers will soothe your pain.


Sharon said...

Thank you for sharing Becky's garden tour with us. It is beautiful. And, thanks to Becky, too! I'm sorry you are in pain.

marie said...

Oh my...her garden is so wonderful! I love every bit of it! Especially her little path...it inspired an idea for my yard.
Thanks for sharing the photos of it Shelley.

I am so sorry that you continue to have pain. You remain in my prayers sweet Shelley!