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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Found In The Garden

My vegetable garden isn't doing so well but my herb garden has really taken off.  I thought I would share some pictures with you on this gorgeous Sunday.

Cilantro

Lavender


Oregano


Italian Parsley


Rosemary

Thyme

 But wait!

  What was that other strange plant I saw amongst the Rosemary?



Bwahahahaha!  It's my ort jar trying to disguise itself as a flower!  :o)

Happy Sunday All!

18 comments:

Barb said...

What a great herb garden!! Oh that naughty ort jar!

Daffycat said...

Oooo, lovely herbs! Pretty ORTs too!

Jane said...

Tilly & Oscar are licking their lips ~ that's a 3-course meal for them and I've even know them eat the odd ORT as well xxx

Elaine said...

ROFL! Love your new specimen Myra.
The Herbs are looking great. Have a great week , hugs.

robindefender said...

Too funny!

Jennifer M. said...

Lovely garden. I bet that Lavender smells devine. :)

Deb said...

I love your Ort jar in the garden!! When you dump them out, dump them in your garden and the birds will use them to make their nests.

Poussy Stitches My Love said...

Beautiful pictures ...

bisous my friend

Lois said...

Your herbs are doing well! Loving the Ort jar!

Chris said...

Your herbs look very happy!!

Melissa said...

Your garden is looking great! I love your Ort flower ! What a beautiful creation! ;-)

Simple Pleasure said...

Myra
I think your ort flower is lovely...is it an annual?(Sorry, couldn't resist!)
I save my orts for a year and then when spring rolls around, scatter them in the gardens for the nest builders...love watching the birds flying with several strands in their beaks!!!!
Busy Hands...Happy Heart
Patricia

Carol said...

That is probably one of the prettiest ways of displaying orts I've seen :) I'm glad your herb garden is doing well even if your vegetables aren't!

Marie-P said...

I am impressed with your cleverness! :D

Catherine said...

Oh my gosh, Myra, how clever you are!

Mindi said...

I'll take an herb garden any day over a vegetable garden! That's one advantage of living in California, I have an almost year-round supply of fresh herbs growing off the back patio.

Sergei looks fabulous! But, I swear I'm not going to start him. As soon as Jenny Bean Spring gets finished, I need to work on Halloween Rules some. Time is flying by, and what seemed like such a great head start to get it done before September is now turning into some pressure since I've neglected it for so long.

Ellen said...

Love your herb garden!

Missed your last post, just got back from Korea! Sergei is beautifully framed!

Hugs,

Kathy A. said...

And what a beautiful flower it is ROFL