Friday, January 6, 2012

In the Pink

I am in the pink today, I can't believe how much of it is around at the moment
The Hollyhocks are reaching so high.  This fence is about 7 feet high.

Everything is blooming,even in the heat.
The double petunia's are delightful.

Even the singles

Geraniums are the best in hanging baskets,they just go on blooming no matter what the weather

Dried Rose Petals,all ready for my daughters new project Rose Petal Bath Salts
Will be available in my Etsy Shop

Join me for a cup of refreshing tea.

I am meeting with Beverly at How Sweet the Sound for Pink Saturday
and Cindy at My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday.

See you there xx jeanetteann 

Happy Weekend


Parisian Bijoux said...

Absolutely beautiful pictures, The flowers are so dreamy. I have tried to grow hollyhocks forever and fail everytime! I will have to pick your brain to get you to tell me your secrets. Haha love your blog

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Your flowers are so pretty--it is surpose to get to 48 degrees this weekend and I am hoping to pull out some of the old dead stuff in hopes spring will be here soon and I'll have pretty flowers like you!

Elisabeth Andrée said...

Lovely pictures, pretty pink flowers. Happy PS!

Nancy said...

Oh how I love hollyhocks and yours are beautiful. This summer I will post pictures of mine to share. Love your teacup and making bathsalts with dried roses sounds interesting and a wonderful way to relax in the tub!
Nancy @ Two Cottages And Tea

Marti McClure said...

Your flowers are beautiful. You must be a fabulous gardner. Hollyhocks are my favorite but don't grow well in San Diego. Happy Pink Saturday! ~Marti

Nancy said...

Love the dried flower petals. Happy Pink Saturday!

{ Vintage by LOU LOU } said...

I am in love with the hollyhocks and I think how lovely it would be to relax in a bath with some of those rose petal bath salts...sounding gawgeous xo

chubskulit said...

Oh the joy of visiting blogs on weekend, everything you see is gorgeous and sweet. I love it!

Come see my PINK, when you get a chance. Have a great weekend!

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Such beautiful flowers...and I would love to enjoy a cup of tea with you!!

Kathryn Ross said...

Oh! Jeanette! Such lovely flowers - but it's winter and cold here. Ground froze (though mild temps this week) - you make me long for spring!!

Say - hope you do look up the Cottage Tales books - I know you'll love the whimsical quality of them!!