Saturday, April 20, 2013


I finally got around to buying some plants for my pots this week!  I still have a few more to plant but did get most of them in pots.

 Milo (my cat) loves to get in this concrete pot and lay, so I put some rabbits and  a candle holder in it so maybe he'll stay out and let the potato vines grow.

Need to buy more hooks to hang the baskets of geraniums.

My flowers in the ground are blooming and looking good.

I love the shade of this lavender Iris!

After a while I got tired and came inside for a break and a snack. My new Tea Time magazine had come in the mail yesterday so I thought I would look at it, to my surprise at the back of it was an article about the Madison Tea Room.  I was there this past November.  Kathi had told me it was going to be in it but she didn't know when and I had forgotten about it.



  1. Oh what a neat find in the latest Tea Time, Sylvia!

    Your flowers look gorgeous and your snack looks delish!! What a lovely day all in all.

    Send warmth. I am in boots, 2 shirts and a fleece vest and am still freezing. Frost tonight, this is ridiculous. It's so COLD!!!

  2. Blue skies and flowers - I am jealous :) Thank you for this delightful post. Your pictures were delightful to look at! The sun did peek its head around the clouds this afternoon, but we had snow in the morning.

    Thinking of you, sweet friend!

    Love and hugs,

  3. Love your flowers and garden pictures. I got your messages regarding Facebook: Try Pamela Mursch Steiner and you will find me! Blessings to you today!

    1. Pamela, I sent you a friend request.

  4. Hi Sylvia,
    I am just now catching up on my favorite blogs! You certainly live in a wonderful area where spring comes like it's suppose to! I enjoyed seeing all your lovely spring plantings and it has given me lots of sunshine and hope for my area. We are suppose to get more snow tonight! Glad to know the new Teatime magazine is out, hopefully I'll get mine soon!


Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment, all your comments are read and appreciated! Sylvia