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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

*Let's Take A Peek Around The Garden*


Hello Everyone,
Welcome
The Pineapple has long been known as the symbol of hospitality. 
 I bought my pineapple banner last week at Tuesday Morning on clearance. Another thrifty buy.
I've always loved to eat pineapple.  The girls and I looking forward to our trip to Hawaii in May where we will enjoy fresh pineapple morning, noon and night. 
 I will sharing more about our trip later, but now let's look at what's happening outdoors at My Cozy Corner.


'Pink Perfection'
 is blooming on my large camellia tree in the front yard


Just a few are blooming in the back of the tree.  



'Debutante'


Pink Perfection


'Dutchman's Pipevine
The host for iridescent blue and black pipevine swallowtail butterflies. 




'Tulips'




'Lenten Rose' Hellebore




'Yellow Daffodil'




The weather is amazing this year.  Usually it's rainy and cold during February.  Tomorrow the weatherman predicts the weather to be in the high 70's and  I plan to clean the flower beds and prune the rest of the rose bushes. And this morning Sweetheart and I did a walk thru the garden today to get a plan for some action on the landscaping around the pergola area.
We've received word that the family will be at My Cozy Corner for Easter.  It's the best time of the year to entertain in our yard.  Everything is in bloom and it's not so blooming hot.  (That's my joke for today) LOL!
The kids are also planning to spend a few days at the lake this summer so sweetheart and I will be busy playing during the month of July.
I would love to say Thank You to everyone who enjoyed my post about the good old days.
What it was like then and what it's like to today.  The post just became  
#1 all time favorite post.
(see sidebar)
Party selections for this post are:
A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday
Tales from Bloggeritaville for Thrifty Thursday
A Delightsome Life for Home and Garden Thursday
Tootsie Time for Fertilizer Friday 
Please link back to the great parties for more inspiration.
xo
Betty

10 comments:

  1. Your beautiful pink Camellias are to die for! I've never heard of Dutchman's Pipeline, but what an interesting looking vine!

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    1. Hi
      The Dutchman's Pipevine is a native plant to California. This is the only plant where the pipevine swallowtail butterfly will lay its eggs. Just amazing. Thank you for visiting My Cozy Corner
      ox
      Betty

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  2. Oh, I said the same thing as soon as saw your pink Camellias, they are TDF! I love the pineapply banner, I didn't know it means "hospitality". Wow, I couldn't wait too if I had plans to go to Hawaii. Thank you for coming and leaving me such lovely and kind comments on my daughter's homw...she's delighted that you ladies with such great taste likes her house. Thank you and hugs.
    FABBY

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  3. well bless your heart girl...those Camellia are gorgeous! Looks like Spring is well under way in your gardens!!! Thanks so much for linking in to my little party this week...I hope you will again and again. I have enjoyed my visit today...and I am happy to say that I am your newest follower...I have no idea why I wasn't following you before!!! hugs from Alberta Canada!
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    `*.¸.*´Glenda/Tootsie
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    (¸.•´ (¸.•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`•.

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  4. I forgot to add...I am sharing this post with my faceboook tootsie time page...!

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  5. Betty, Your camelias are so pretty. I wish we could grow them in our area. Sounds like you have had some lovely travel opportunities! I look forward to reading about them.
    Blessings, Beth

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  6. Hi Betty,
    I enjoyed this little trip to your garden. And I especially liked your camellias. The picture of the single camellia flower is breathtaking. I love it!

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  7. OMG! I love your Camelias! I used to have some when we lived elsewhere but have none now. Yours are gorgeous! Lookis like you are enjoying the great weather too.
    I always have Easter,it's "my holiday" to host. My garden is a Spring garden too so it's a great time to show it off.
    *hugs*deb

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  8. Love the pink camelias. I've always thought Lenten Roses are so cool...but they won't grow here.
    Jeanni

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I'm so delighted that you have visited my blog...
Thanks for your comments as I enjoy reading them.
Betty

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