I was recently going to get my grandkids and had a few extra hours so I stopped in at a beautiful garden I belong to, Filoli, and took some wonderful pictures of the gorgeous flowers (and peacock). I almost missed the tulips. I think the colors are so inspiring!
They also had a display of arrangements made by students in their program. I was totally overwhelmed with the job these students did.
How very beautiful...I am a flower girl, for sure!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the beautiful garden tour! Far ahead of our spring but I'm savoring every moment!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers, but that last photo--oh, love those two colors together. The purple columbine is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful photos!! Love the colors!ReplyDelete
Thanks--I needed to see some beautiful flowers! WE still have some snow on the ground and lots of brown--no green yet.ReplyDelete
Looks like a soul-restoring way to use your extra hours. Gorgeous stuff!ReplyDelete
Stunning garden spot. My own arrangements are very haphazard--but those are beautiful...hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
What an incredible garden! I would have spent HOURS just staring at those arrangements and ... to be perfectly honest ... the wisteria blew me away. I absolutely LOVE it but we're took cold in Northern Michigan for it to survive. I always enjoy seeing it or pictures of it. Thanks for sharing! LindaReplyDelete
Ah a big thank you for those lovely pictures Randy !! Those students are very talented ! And this garden incredible....ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing !
What an amazing garden. I love the wisteria, of course. Wish my wisteria plant in our north corner was white like the label stated. Instead it's purple, like the one by our entry. At least it is alive. . .ReplyDelete
Beautiful pix of flowers! We did not get to Filoli this year but we went to the Lily mansion in Indy and the gardens really reminded me of Filoli!ReplyDelete
Oh my word! Everything is more beautiful because of your Calif. sunshine.....gorgeous arrangements too :0). Love the picture of you and your family..what a great looking group :0) and seriously you are NOT old. I don't know how you have time to sew RandyReplyDelete
What a beautiful place.ReplyDelete