|Pansies are blooming in our cement basket on our front steps.|
|Our fuchsia azalea is in full bloom.|
|Our weeping cherry tree is surrounded with purple tulips.|
|Close-up of my purple tulips. They match our front door and shutters!|
|I hung our summer flag. Looks just like Romeo and Elvis.|
|Some new annuals for the front garden.|
|More pretty annuals for the front yard.|
|And yet another variation of the purple daisy.|
|My bleeding heart, which is a perennial, has grown quite large.|
|Elvis and Romeo welcome everyone to our house. I purchased this slate |
on Etsy and I love it. It is from Paintings By Sandy. I bought it four years
ago (before LarryPug joined the family) and it still looks brand new.
|Mike's kitchen herb garden, planted in pots so the pugs can't "water" them.|
|Stone pugs enjoying a snack. Tiny pachysandra behind them. |
Hosta to the right. I'm experimenting with some ground covers.
|My white lilacs are starting to bloom.|
|A little LarryPug tushie on the right. Pansies at the side entrance. |
Check out my parents' original milk box (made of zinc) from our
house in Framingham. It is over 40 years old. Any tips on getting rid of the rust?
|I added some perennial violas to please our Indian deity |
(purchased at the Christmas Tree Shop--it's plastic!)
|The back patio has a zen feel. The tree is a Weeping Blue Atlas.|
|These pink flowers are perennial Dianthus.|
|You can never have too many pug statues or pink flowers! |
These little flowers look like pom poms!
I've got lots more photos to share, so I will save them for another post. Plus, I bought more plants today!
Enjoy what's left of your weekend!
Pugs and kisses,