Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Window Sill Gardens

Azaleas

Geranium (I'm a total sucker for this peachy keen color.)

Micro-mini Roses

A delightful mess of my favorite indoor flowers ~ colorful Kalanchoe

You know what I love about flowers? Everything.
How when they start to smile, they put a smile on my face, too.
How could anyone look at this crazy mess of blossoms and still feel grumpy?

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16 comments:

caite said...

micro-mini roses? I have never heard of them...lovely.

Patricia Tryon said...

What gorgeous colors. A wonderful tonic for January!

The Crafty Hun said...

the geraniums are SO beautiful!!!

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Dianne - Bunny Trails said...

Wow! Those are stunning!!

momto8 said...

the colors are just fabulous...and the flowers! wow!
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Beth F said...

I grew those mini roses a few years back on the deck but I didn't have the right indoor environment and they died over the winter. :(

Kaye said...

Those are all beautiful - food for the soul!

Rose said...

I am in awe of how beautiful your indoor blooms are, Kate! My green thumb of summer somehow turns to a brown thumb in winter:)

Lona said...

You have some great colors going on for winter. I have never heard of a micro rose either. How pretty.

eileeninmd said...

Just gorgeous flowers and photos.

Liz said...

Gorgeous blooms.

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HolleyGarden said...

Beautiful! Peach is my favorite color, too. I just can't resist any plant in that delicious shade.

Bobby said...

A "delightful mess" indeed! Very lovely

Snowcatcher said...

You have a beautiful window garden! I have no blooms right now, but plenty of clove tree babies, rosemary, thyme, basil and lavender. I just planted marigold and Icelandic poppies last weekend, and last night I noticed I have shoots!!!!!!!!!!

Monica the Garden Faerie said...

Is that yellow pot a McCoy? Love those and have a few myself. I don't have window sills wide anough for plants, but I do have shelves near windows. Just started some lettuce a few weeks ago and it's sprouting just fine in the low light/cool temps of my home.

Patricia Tryon said...

Kate, just a note to say thanks for your interesting and entertaining blog and to let you know I've awarded you "Versatile Blogger" :-)