Saturday, August 15, 2009

Jack's Garden


The name of this mosaic is Jack's Garden. When we first met about 6 years ago and decided that we would be together he promised me a garden. I was living in Florida and spending the summers in the little cabin on the lake in Maine. I missed my perennial gardens. So in the summer now we have nice gardens at his house and pots of flowers at the cabin! In September we will celebrate our 5th anniversary.


So head over to Mary's at Little Red House and see all the wonderful mosaics. That's where I'm going.

12 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

This mosaic is a wonderful bright celebration of your partnership! Beautiful flowers! Stunning range of colours!

Sunny said...

Very lovely, the colors are beautiful.
Sunny :)

Kathy said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful floral mosaic. I had to spend a little time browsing your blog. It's great.

Bonnie said...

Beautiful Mosaic. What cheerful colors.

Riet said...

That is a lovely mosaic. The colours are so bright. have a nice day

Regina said...

Wow these are very beautiful photos.
Great mosaic!

Queenie said...

It's absolutley gorgeous!

Jenn @ youknow... that blog? said...

Wonderful - I love the blue hydrangea. My mother has some in her garden, and it just draws your eye immediately. Very pretty garden you have there!

Jenn @ youknow... that blog? said...

Blah, Google just stopped me from posting - guess "Big Brother" is watching all the time, and doesn't like that I'm doing the Mosaic Monday rounds. Ridiculous!

Hope I can post this one...

Love the blue hydrangea!

Cass @ That Old House said...

Gorgeous, and of course the hydrangea is a perennial favorite! (pun intended, haha)

Beautiful mosaic. Jack's got some fabulous flowers in "his" garden!
Cass

Elise said...

Hi, just wanted to leave a comment to say how much I've enjoyed reading your posts today. You have a really interesting blog & great pictures too. Best wishes

Carol said...

Thank you all so much for visiting my blog. Your comments are most appreciated!

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