Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Gurgle, Gurgle

I'm starting to work on the gardens around the Pines..I've finished the one by the deck that gets the fountain. It sounds so soothing! It also signals summer is almost here. We've decided that we will put up our pool this year. It's one of those intex pools that you can take down and put up each year. We opted out of it last summer because it was so cold and rainy. So far it's looking like we might have a warmer and sunnier season. I sure hope so because it's alot of work getting everything ready to put it up. Thankfully Jack and Jordan take on the task of putting it all together..first it has to get dragged out of storage! Then the water man comes and fills it and I get to keep it clean! Atleast this post doesn't have birthday candles, cake or wishes involved! I'll post more garden pics as I get them done. The weeding is a pain, but the results are worth it!

13 comments:

Cheryl said...

Looks beautiful. When you've finished your weeding, I have plenty over here.

Catch the Kids said...

Weeds...ack! Now there's a word striking terror in my heart. We have had a long, hot, rainy summer and I have been too lazy to weed in the humidity. Now I have to deal with nut grass that may have gone mutant...

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Your really going to enjoy your lovely garden here. Wish I could work outside for at least long enough to plant some things before they die but not to be for a long time.
It is strange when I read post from northern states and they wonder whether or not they will have a warm summer when we already are in the 90's. lol
Would love to have a pool but they are a lot of trouble.
Take care and enjoy your day...left you a note on your earlier post
Love
Maggie

Phil and Amanda said...

The garden looks beautiful! I'll call you later regarding Sunday. :-)

Wander to the Wayside said...

I love to see other people's garden photos, so keep them coming! We've already been hot, humid and buggy here in Georgia, so I'm not pulling weeds yet, and they're thriving!

Karen Whittal said...

Your garden is looking great, and making me feel very green everything is dying over here, and today we had the first of many veld fires, soon the entire world will be black. The African culture is to burn everything to kill off any snakes that might be there, is looks great is spring when it is light green, but black does not work for me.............

Donna said...

The garden looks great! We have more weeds than plants this year...the early warmth?? Yuck!

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MyrleBal詩婷 said...

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Bernie said...

My son Jim and I have been planting our gardens around the house too. It is work, but such a reward to see a section finished. I have a few pots left and then I think we shall call it done. Jim planted over 100 glads, my favorite flower. I shall really enjoy them when they bloom. Thanks for visiting my post. I found a new person on yours. Karen Whittal interested me from South Africa.

Christina said...

It looks beautiful! Great job Mrs. Green Thumb. :)

Beth said...

It looks lovely and I love fountains I bet it is peaceful. Enjoy the pool - the grandkiddos will love it.

rose said...

the fountain and area are beautiful. rose