Tuesday, April 10, 2012

10 Things in my Garden ~ on the 10th

~ blossoms on our blood orange tree ~
{I wish I could put the amazing beautiful smell in this blog post for you to enjoy!}

~ heart rocks I use for the front border of my little garden space ~

~ tomatoes and a deer antler ~

~ turtles here and there - and marigolds I'm saving for seeds ~

~ a marigold ~

~ a random ice plant sprout that came up on its own ~
{I love stuff like that!}

~ basil ~

~ part of my heart rock border ~
{there are 22 heart rocks in a row}

~ bouganvilla ~
{it's everywhere in Arizona!}


~ a decoration ~

I hope you enjoyed my little garden tour.
I'm linking to Shimelle's 10 on the 10th today.

19 comments:

traci said...

your garden looks so beautiful already. all those heart rocks are so cool. great border for your garden. i can just smell that basil. mmmmmmm.

Sian said...

Mmm..I can imagine the smell of that rich earth and the blossom. Lovely!

Jimjams said...

I love the idea of a heart rock border - and would love to grow bougainvillea here. TFS

scrappyjacky said...

It's looking wonderful,Deb.

Jo.C said...

I have enjoyed visiting. Very jealous as I would love to have bougainvillea and basil growing in my garden.
I'll have to stick with the pot on the windowsill :0)

Melissa said...

What a lovely garden tour - perfect for a spring day!

Beverly said...

Absolutely enjoyed the garden tour and the warmth of the sun and the smell of the blossoms!

Alison said...

Our orange blossom is just beginning to emerge..loved the garden visit!
Alison xx

Daniela Dobson said...

Love it!!! I wish my garden was as nice. I definitely have to plant some bushes.

Irene said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely garden. I love your collection of heart rocks.

Mom said...

Very photogenic little bee in the first shot. (your mini namesake!) He obviously loves the orange blossoms too! Beautiful tour--you are tending your garden very well! Love you! xo

Cheri said...

Lovely ten things post - where do find all the heart rocks?

debs14 said...

Love the heart rock border,not to mention the odd turtle here and there! Seems so weird to see tomatoes ready to be picked at this time of year.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Beautiful!
rinda

JO SOWERBY said...

i have a gravel patch outside my flat which is 1 foot wide and goes around the side so i have pots. my pots are looking quite pretty at the moment. my tomatoes are lil seedlings just now but will grow super fast i'm sure. love the bouganvillea, my mum has one in her conservatory which is well small in comparison but when i went to oz several years ago they had bouganvillea trees and u could see them from the plane,
jo xxx

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

It looks beautiful! I love the way orange blossoms smell! I remember being in greece at the edge of an orchard my grandfather had, and smelling the acres and acres of orange blossoms - every time the wind blew, it was like heaven.

Carrie Rosalind said...

Shoot, I forgot about 10 on the 10th again this month! Love your garden pics, but kind of hate the first one...scary! Love you!

Karen said...

Gorgeous already! I can't wait to get ours going. I love your heart rock border.

Kirsty.a said...

Lovely garden. Love the heart rocks

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