Thursday, June 10, 2010

Fertilize Friday 6/11/10



It was hard this week to fertilize, we had a lot of rain and it seemed to always start at 5:00 p.m.. Got it done though and things are looking good. A lot of things are just ready to pop.... when will they pop? I'm linking in with Fertilize Friday hosted by our wonderful Tootsie Time. Check out all the other beautiful gardens linked in, I get a lot of great creative ideas to work off of.

Not too much new this week. Lots of buds just waiting to pop.... what are they waiting for?

The veggie pots are really taking off. This zucchini is looking real healthy.



The wave petunias in the sink are coming along. Couple more weeks and the sink will be covered.


This buttercup is just loaded with blooms and buds. The third year's a charm.


I love lavender. I've never really harvested it, but I still enjoy it.


After seeing hollyhocks on other blogs last week mine is not very far along, but it's really looking healthy. I have high hopes for these.


The azalea that looked half dead earlier is the only one still blooming. It all seemed to come back fine after a skeptical start.


And this is what my MM (Maintenance Man as I call him) has been working on. He ripped up the old (really old) walkway and put in new brick pavers. I think he did a FABULOUS job!! He's going to work on the lighting around the porch and walkway and staining the porch then I'll be putting some pretties by the front steps.


So are your daisies as loaded as mine? The day lilies are also ready to shine. I've missed the beebalm blooming every year so far.... hope this year I get to see it. And I'm anxiously waiting for the neon sedum to bloom. What's blooming in your garden?


13 comments:

Nancy's Notes said...

Judi, your flowers are starting to bloom nicely! I especially love buttercups and daisies! Right now, I have petunias and lantana, it's time to plant some more in place of my petunias, but they are still blooming.

Oh my, your brick pavers look great, great MM!!

Nancy

Ott, A. said...

our zuccini is at about the same stage as yours. the brick pavers look great. We did that last summer and were really pleased with them. Happy Gardening!

Becki said...

The flowers look beautiful as usual, and MM did an awesome job on the walkway!! Love it!

A Garden of Threads said...

Beautiful garden, love the azalea. Have a wonderful weekend.

Darla said...

Love the petunias in the sink! You MM has done a beautiful job with those pavers, be nice to him, that's a lot of work...:)

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Beautiful blooms! Love those Wave Petunia's in the sink! What a great idea for a planter. Have a great day!

Sherrie
Sherrie's Stuff

The Adventures of Grunty and Chubbs said...

Beautiful! And I can tell you're enjoying the gardening! Nice pavers, Uncle eMM. :-)

B Boys Mom said...

Your gardens are looking wonderful. I love your new walk way that your MM made. Very very nice.

Paula said...

Your blooms are really coming along! My hollyhocks are about the same size as your's. Thanks for sharing, Paula in Idahp

Olga said...

Everything looks so pretty and healthy in your garden. I love lavender too, but I don't harvest it; don't really know what to do with it.
Have a wonderful day.

Beth said...

Judi, Love the petunias, in the sink, on the stump - how creative and cute. Love your new pavers too - does MM hire out?
Good luck with your hollyhocks. If you were ever to need some seed, I have red, dark pink, yellow and light pink. At least that's what I had last year. Mine self-seed very freely. Hope you're having a great weekend!
Beth

inday_adin said...

I am always interested in seeing other people's garden because then I get some ideas. I love yours and you have some pretty interesting things going on. I am excited every time I see blooming flowers in my garden. I too have azalea, hollyhocks, petunias, lavender that are blooming.. I love watching all your hardwork pay off! LOL! I have so many things going on in my garden as well, and I am still planting some more. I am excited actually! Are you guys still in Alaska? My husband and I are considering on moving to Alaska if things don't go well here in town. We will see! :) LOL! Thanks for checking my blog! :)

Tootsie said...

it is all just so wonderful!!! I love the new pavers!!! Need to have that handy man of yours hang out here for a bit!!!
thank you for linking in this week!!! see you again soon I hope!