What a precious, lovely spot your garden is. Love all your whimsical little creatures. My best to Jeremy!Joy!Miss Kathy
Your garden is looking very pretty. It looks like you have some Canterbury bells. I planted some in 2010 and they are now blooming. The first picture with Mr. Fisher in the garden is my favorite! ♥♫
Hi Bernideen! I love your blog and can't wait to participate in the Saturday Teas!! I have just started a blog and am just introducing myself! I love having tea parties and especially baking all the little pastries that go along with it! Thanks for giving us all such a lovely place to visit!!Jina.
What a lovely garden. I know it brings you joy. Our garden hasn't been cultivated this year, due to weather and finances. We need mulch to maintain weeds but it hasn't been in the budget. The weather here in Oklahoma has been fierce and is drying out and up.
Thank you for the tour Mr Fisher!!
Helllo Bernideen,I see the satisfied smile in Mr. Fishers face. He is delighted from all the flowers and the sunshine. Thank you for showing this Gentlemen, enjoying your garden.Best greetings, Johanna
HI BERNIDEEN,YOUR GARDEN IS GROWING SO BEAUTIFULLY....NEW JERSEY IS SO OVERGROWN WITH TREES, SHRUBS, AND FLOWERS, WHICH I LOVE, AND THAT IS WHY THEY CALL IT THE GARDEN STATE. MY SISTER CAROLINE, WHO LIVED IN BROOMFIELD (KAREN'S MOM) WHEN SHE CAME TO VISIT SHE COULD NOT GET OVER HOW EVERYTHING WAS OVERGROWN AND GREEN. SHE MISSED THAT. YOU CAN SEE JEREMY FISHER IS VERY PROUD OF HIS GARDEN. WE ARE HAVING RAIN TODAY, HOPE IT STOPS SOON....HAVE A NICE WEEKEND. RIZZI
Hi Bernideen,Your gardens are looking marvelous and I love your old wooden door with the clematis vine. Beautiful blooms on your sage. See you later for tea in the garden.
Your sage is just beautiful!
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