Thursday, April 24, 2008

Buds~~

I have Best Buds, Knittin' Buds and

Flower Buds...do you recognize any of these?
Some of the latest "stars" about to emerge in my garden.

Keep on Knittin' & Spinnin'!!

11 comments:

JustApril said...

very pretty =) I have some tomato blossoms, does that count?

Jeanne said...

OK, is 3 a peony? And I have number 5 in my garden, but I can't remember the name. Um, is number 2 Borage? I love flowers, but I'm a wreck at naming them. Our flowers are all abud, but we are still having snow, so who knows what will happen. Snow. In April. In Seattle. Sheesh.

Margaret said...

1. Echinacea
2. Borage? though it doesn't seem prickly enough
3. Peony
4. Rhododendron
5. Ummmm
6. Lily of the Valley

Still freezing myself in Seattle, but the Hubs loaded some photos of VA dogwoods, azaleas, and lilacs on Flickr for me.

Channon said...

Beautiful. Can we see a shot of that peony in bloom? It's a lovely color...

Diana said...

Great photos and the display of them as well. Also the infrared filmed one below is amazing. Seems like you've got yourself another hobby!

Annie said...

I do hope you will show them all in full bloom too! Gorgeous photos, thank you.

Dana said...

You want me to identify flowers?!?! You're losing your marbles Robin. Don't you know that plants shrivel and die at the mention of my name? (This is why I enjoy vicarious gardening with you & Marianne so much).

Seriously, your photographs are phenomenal! And I think number 6 is Lily of the Valley. Can't grow it but I sure to do like the scent. Have a great weekend!

Becky said...

Great photos! I don't know what any of them are, but I like them.

Pam! said...

#5 looks like Clematis! maybe?

Anita said...

Well, I know 3 is a peony, mine are looking the same, can't wait to see mine bloom too! And I know 6 is Lilly of the Valley... I'll be waiting on photos of your blooms. :)

Susan said...

Your garden must be gorgeous!