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Nature Friday



 Finally I am able to do a Nature Friday post. I am happy Nature showed up in our uards

This is from our front garden, which is soon the be River's garden

These are the Clematis growing around our lamp post. This seem to want to grow sideways more than up despite much encouragement. 

This flowering shrub in River's garden has been there so long I don't remember what it's called.

The orange lilies
 in the side garden are coming in strong 

And so are the lilies on the side garden.

We will have more flowers as they season progresses.


  1. Beautiful flowers!!
    River's Garden will be pretty...just like her:)

  2. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I love each one the last one is spectacular!
    Great photo
    Hugs Cecilia

  3. We're really glad River will have her own garden. She did like to pose in front of the pretty flowers. XOX Xena, Lucy and Chia

  4. Your flowers are beautiful, especially those pink lilies. One of our neighbors has some white lilies that are just magnificent. They stand about five feet tall and each plant has more than 20 flowers in bloom. Mom says she has never seen any lilies ever get so big and bountiful.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  5. Everything sure looks pretty and bright.

  6. River's Garden is beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing it with us. Our Peep absolutely adores lilies. The front bed used to be full of orange lilies of all different sizes but it needs some TLC. It is slowly returning to its former glory. Thanks for visiting and we hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend, Purrs Marv and Mom

  7. What a beautiful garden for a beautiful little soul.

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