Wednesday, May 27, 2009

New Shades of Green

The desert is heating up . . .
soon the more delicate flowers
will be finished blooming for the summer.
What's this?
I do believe this Cana Lily
is applauding the last blooms
of the
Dwarf Lily of the Nile.

Oh look!
He is taking a bow!

I noted new shades of green
in the garden last night.
I decided to name them!

What do YOU think?

Actually, I think this one is a

Show Off.


Just A Girl said...

Hello Darling Deb!!! What perfect names you've chosen for your flowering friends. Don't you love when they perform for you? Such bliss!!!!

I hope you have a lovely evening and what's going on with that pipe? A clothes line?

xoxo Cori

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

You must have a very short blooming season? Too hot uh? But cacti are beautiful too.


Silke Powers said...

Aren't gardens amazing?!? With just a little dirt, sun, water and TLC those plants give us weeks and months of joy! And through our blogs we get to share that joy with others. I love those names you gave your greens! When we lived in Albuquerque, we had a desert garden and were actually amazed at how many flowering plants there were that loved the heat. Although, where you are, it heats up even more... Hugs, Silke

KeKe said...

You take great pictures! You have a knack for capturing the objetcs essence...I wish I could do that.

Anonymous said...

It is a bit showy, I agree :)! said...

Oh yes, that extra lil' curl love on the leaf below is such a show off ;) ;) ;)

Your photos are gloooorious!!! xoxo

(and your clouds below, wow!!!)

MissBliss said...

Hi, Deborah! These make me happy! I love the green and seeing the personalities!!!

Billy Coffey said...

Beautiful pictures. I'm surrounded by mountians, but I've always had a secret affinity for the desert. Thanks for giving that affinity some validation!

Anonymous said...

So gorgeous... Love the colors. I've never been to the desrt, some day maybe.
Hey I forgot to mention that your neighborhood x-mas walk sounds fabulous. I would love to see pictures.
Stay cool.

Renee said...

How gorgeous are all of those.


Deborah what is that site that makes the book.

Love Renee xoxo

Renee said...

Deborah I love the blue flowers. I also wanted to tell you I don't want to hear that you have died of boredom reading about my life.


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Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

I love all of your flower names...and nary a jessica or Ashley among them! Kudos!

I name mine is "look at you! You actually survived" or my fave... "don't make me get the machete". and "buck up" you really wanna know what a tough life is? look at your neighbor the dehydrated Plumeria!

Apparently...I'm not the nicest plant mom. More of a tough love kinda gal.

Your yard is verdant and beautious!

Anonymous said...

Hello my friend, stop by my place to pick up an award.
Love the plants, so lush and green.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I my goodness...what gorgeous shades in the garden. Green is the COLOR OF LIFE! Thank you sweet, beautiful lady for visiting my silly site! I was in a rush doing it that I feared it would not come out right. Those glitter graphics are tempermental! Merci for your kindness, Anita

Eleonora Baldwin said...

Wow, I like this blog! I love the graphics and the color palette in this last post. The images are very strong and the concept behind them is poetic.

Thanks for stopping over at my place and leaving your lovely comment.

Wendy said...

Oh what fun!! I love the names you've chosen. Can't believe you're blogging about summer. We haven't even started here!! Today it's cold and rainy - once again. Brrrr!