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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Clematis ...

Everything in it's own time
in the garden
first I look forward to the Lilac blooming in our backyard
and then the Peony bushes blooming in the front garden
and then ...
once the Lilac and Peony have had their show,
our arbours are covered in a pop of purple
Go forth,
and play joyfully
in the garden
of life
~Jonathan Lockwood Huie~

10 comments:

La Table De Nana said...

To Every Thing There Is a Season~


LOvely Deb.

Jeanne said...

Blessings and much love
I love your photographs and quotes so much
X0X0

Deb said...

hello Monique ~ all worth waiting for :-)
have a lovely day ♥

Deb said...

thank you so much Jeanne ♥

Country Gal said...

Lovely photos ! One of our Clematis is huge and the other not do huge lol . Thanks for sharing , have a good week !

Jess said...

There are all so beautiful. I love purple and the lilacs in my garden are my favourite!
Jess x

Deb said...

Hi Elaine, I have 2 clematis vine that that too :-) The one is absolutely smothered and the other ... well, not!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful week ♥

Deb said...

Hi Jess ~ I love purple too. Always wish that the Lilac lasted a bit longer, and the Peony. Thanks so much for stopping by ♥

June said...

I love CLematis too Deb. These photos are GORGEOUS!!! I just went out this morning and took a few snaps of the ones that have opened lately. Some others are taking their own sweet time to bloom. Isn't it a great time of year?
sending hugs...

Deb said...

hello june ~ I can only imagine how gorgeous your garden is looking!
seems each walk through the garden shows some change at this time of year which I love! the other day our lilies opened up so now we have huge splashes of yellow :-) we have a Hibiscus in one corner of the garden and it is a real show stopper when it blooms. we planted it almost 10 years ago and the blooms now are dinner plate sized :-)
have a wonderful weekend xo hugs to you.