Sunday, September 23, 2007

Green Thumb Sunday

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My first post within the Green Tumb Sunday is a morning glory. This one deserves its name well as it caught me by surprise a couple of days ago as I was checking the garden before going to work. That kind of surprise makes the day brighter, doesn't it?

12 comments:

No Rain said...

My favorite flower--but I prefer the blue variety. I can't grow them here, they are illegal. Seems we always want something we can't have.
Welcome to Green Thumb Sunday!
Aiyana

galeria said...

Welcome to Green thumb sunday its my second entry though.

what a great surprise!

farmingfriends said...

Morning glories are lovely and this one is very pretty. sara from farmingfriends

kate said...

It's so good to see some Morning Glories in bloom. Mine were all felled by the frost, save one small vine and it has only produced one flower.

Morning glories always make me smile. Welcome to Green Thumb Sunday!!

TopVeg said...

Morning Glory is a good name for a lovely flower, so simple - but perfect! Welcome to GTS!
TopVeg

nikkipolani said...

Now there's a lovely morning welcome!

Midge said...

LOVING your work. Amazing that fiber/textile artists share a love of gardening also, n'est pas? Morning glory is also considered a bit of a weed where I live, but I have a secret patch and love it.

chigiy at Gardeners Anonymous said...

Your morning glory is beautiful.
Welcome to GTS

Dianne said...
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Dianne said...

Great photo! The sun is definitely shining on this gorgeous flower.

Leonie said...

It's a pretty flower and a lovely surprise for you. Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog, and welcome to GTS :-)

Judy said...

I love Morning Glory too,it's always been my guilty secret, because where I live on the Northern Beaches in Sydney Australia, it is considered a weed.I thought I was the only one who loved this plant!