Monday, 19 April 2010

Garden Hearts

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Victoria said...

Sooo pretty!! Lovely!
Have a happy day!

Gail said...

Your blog looks if only the blogging fairies would renovate mine! gail

eric @ my First Garage said...

OH! I know what those are! They'll be incredible!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

What a lovely photo of flowers in the making. No need for words here; the picture says it all!

And not to worry about falling behind on blogs. I've been a nut in the garden too these days!

Linda said...

Love the Hellebore photos! Thanks for posting them.

Rebecca @ In The Garden said...

So lovely!!! I can't believe how far ahead you are of me, mine are just barely peeking through. I can't wait to share pics of my giant bleeding heart with you, it is absolutely gigantic and completely encroaches on the front steps. I miss it. :(

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Thanks Kiki you too girl !

Good grief Gail .. I have been neglecting it with my head full of GARDEN NOW mode ? LOL .. everything is aching but the weather is so good I have so many jobs to get done .. eeekkk !! LOL

Eric .. do you really know what they are ?? LOL

Martha I had meant to do an e-mail back to you because I found two plants at HD that I had to bring home .. I was shocked to see Jack Frost there because I had never seen it offered at the big box stores here yet ! .. I bought a load of herbs too .. I couldn't help myself with that either ? LOL

Hello Linda ! I am a hellebore nut so it does go into a bit of overdrive with their pictures : )Thank you !

Rebecca it is amazing how huge these plants get isn't it ? I love this old fashioned one and wished I had gotten a white one next to it .. I may try to yet ? I can't wait to see yours too ! .. the weather is getting better and better so you won't be behind much longer girl !

Anonymous said...

That's a nice batch of buds, Joy! :-)

Kimberly said...

Lovely shot, Joy! I especially enjoy buds...such sweet little infants!!!

Dave said...

Neat shot!

RURAL magazine said...

Yes, your blog is looking wonderful, and so are your photos, and everything else. I hear you about the busy bee syndrome, one day I will get caught up, maybe the next decade. Who cares....right. Live life in the moment.

The font that you are using, is is Papryus? I am nuts about that font, did you download it? It is the one that I use for my business cards, but I don't have it on my computer. Imagine this, seriously, just the other night I was dreaming about this font, and thinking "where do I down load it". Ok, you are crazy about Hellebores, and so am I, but I also collect fonts.

Let me know....

Happy Gardening.


Anonymous said...

Hi Joy. Your blog is awesome. I really like the frames around your sidebar photos.

Hearts in the making...perfect title for such amazing flowers!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Frances girl it is stunning how fast the buds come once the greenery had started .. like magic ! Boing ! they are THERE !

Kimberly they are fascinating aren't they ? all that potential for such gorgeous little hearts is so amazing : )

Thanks Dave .. I'm playing nice with this camera now : )

Jen girl .. YES ! I know what you mean on all counts : )
I love certain fonts too and that one is Papyrus .. it is in the Picasa photo manager from Blogger .. I use two photo managers an old old ACDSee and Picasa so I'm switching back and forth a lot.
I don't know what it is about that font but I love it too !! I think it is on my Vista program for one of my mail programs .. talk about switching back and forth ? LOL

Hey there Grace .. Thank you girl !I have to get over to your place and see what you have been up to ! ;-)

RURAL magazine said...

Thankyou Joy, I had thought it might be Pappyrus, and it truly is one of my favs.


CanadianGardenJoy said...

Jen I really love it and I so happy it is on Picasa to use !

Anonymous said...

I turn my back for 5 minutes!


CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hey there KK !
I have been neck ?deep in the garden work and when I turn around for 5 minutes too .. there is so much more to be done ! I NEED a rain day badly ;-)