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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday & Almost Wordless Wednesday

Join Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday #26 Fun!

I just love these little curly cue's, I never tire of taking pictures of them.



Just a short video of my Rose of Sharon. It took them almost three years to adapt to the new environment. I transplanted them from my old yard when we moved into this new home. This summer is the first time they has bloomed since I planted them. I am getting such a kick out of watching the bumble bees. Nearly every blossom has a bumble bee hunkered down inside covered with pollen.


More curly-ness

Can I also share that I get so excited each morning to rummage around in the foliage of my veggie patch.
Look! Look! Look!
A baby green pepper
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and a baby zucchini
IMG_0014 They just make me smile!
Blessings
Robin

13 comments:

Granny on the Web said...

I love all the excitement coming from your post, and I also love all the new words I am learning.. 'hunkered down' lovely. I shall try and bring that into a conversation and see the reaction I get.

Love Granny

2Thinks said...

Video says "currently unavailable,please try again later" so I will. I like to scout for young sprouts in my garden, too! Today I found baby crookneck and baby tomatoes. Your pics of the curly cues are cutie woos!

Heidi

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Your excitement is contagious! You have me smiling, too! Love that little curly-que and the baby veggies. My SIL gets so excited she emails us pictures of her new veggies. LOL! Life should always be like that. We should delight in the simple things and just smile all day and make people wonder what we're up to!

Happy OW...

XO,

Sheila :-)

2nd Cup of Coffee said...

I love the buzzing of the bee. I didn't even know what a Rose of Sharon looked like, but I do know the literary ref. in the Bible and in Grapes of Wrath. What are those curlies?

DidiLyn said...

Loved the pictures of the garden and I admit to a few feelings of jealousy. Most times we have a vegetable graveyard, instead.
They look beautiful and delicious.

skoots1mom said...

try it now...think i've fixed the video :)

Bill said...

Really lovely pictures -- very impressive!

Bill @ Affordable Accoutrements

Cass @ That Old House said...

Oh, cute baby vegs! And I have never seen cuter bees, than those little guys covered in pollen. They are in bee heaven! I'm going to have to peek into my Rose of Sharon blooms -- when they open!
Cass

CailinMarie said...

I too love curly q's on the vine! aren't they fun? wonderful photos!

Veronica said...

I love those curly q's too! That was one of my favorite parts of growing pumpkins.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Robin, Hi Kiddo. The veggies look absolutely wonderful. It won't be long and you will be baking zuccini bread. Yummy I can smell it now. Just so lush looking. Great outdoor wednesday post. Stop by and read mine today. I am just dying to share. Country Hugs, Sherry

Mary said...

There's a lot of energy here. I think it's wonderful. Your photos and video are just wonderful. Thanks for sharing them with us.

Susanne said...

I'm very excited because I just found my first teeny tiny evidence of a tomato on one of my plants today. This is my first attempt at growing them in containers.

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