Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Queen Anne's Lace with Dill

What may not seem like much to you,
makes me jump for joy.  Queen Anne's Lace is
mixed with Parsley, Dill and Bishops Hat. 

 All of these I dearly love but with only a couple     
   of plants each there isn't much bloom to celebrateI can only hope they
survive our hot dry summer
and spread next spring.


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  1. Hello Kathy,
    Thanks for stopping by and your kind words. I love your header too--I am a sucker for birdies of all kinds:-) You can find bee skeps at most primitive stores. A few around me have them.

  2. Kathy,
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment..Love your blog too..
    chat soon

  3. I love Queen Ann's Lace but I have never seen it grow here. I've seen fields of it along the road in Texas. I think we don't have enough rainfall. I think yours is beautiful. I hope it does well for you.

  4. I couldn't find your email address. I just wanted you to know that you've been featured on my weekly Welcome Wagon Friday post today. You should be receiving neighbors shortly for a bloggy visit. I embrace each and every new blog that comes to our little blogging community. I'm here if you need any help with anything. Welcome, and have a wonderful weekend.
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  5. Your blog is soooooo pretteh! I have been playing on it this morning :D

    I am your newest follower.

    I really like the airiness of your floral arrangement. Lovely!

  6. Love the look of that Queen Ann's Lace with the dill and parsley. Simple beauty! ~ Sarah


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