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Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Wordless Wednesday! .. Been Busy In The Greenhouse.








21 comments:

Becky said...

That is a lovely greenhouse, very productive x

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Whoa Diane, I'm so jealous! I'd love to have a greenhouse full of plants some day. Enjoy it!
Duncan In Kuantan

Linda O'Connell said...

This is so precious, and the magic of gardening is something every child should witness.

Mynx said...

What a gorgeous greenhouse. And plenty of baby plants all ready for the warmer weather

Shady Del Knight said...

Hallo, dear Thisisme! I remember the first time you showed us your new greenhouse. I knew that you would spend countless hours in it and that it would yield a harvest of plants, flowers, joy and satisfaction. It does my heart good to see Ruby and Eli enjoying the hobby with your hubby and earning their green thumbs. Have a wonderful Wordless Wednesday, dear friend Thisisme!

SkippyMom said...

BONUS! Pics of "Mr. This" too? YAY! Like the garden and greenhouse, not to mention the cutie grandchildren weren't wonderful enough, we get to see your lovely husband too.

Wallene and I are over here just swooning at the baby plants and the lusciousness of your garden to be. Sigh. If only things would catch up here.

Happy first day of Spring! Glad you have such a great jump start on it. Enjoy.

Jennifer Hoppins said...

I love your greenhouse and the baby plants all springing up from their pots! What a great shot of Mr. Darling and Ruby Violet! This post made me think of my dad today, and I appreciate those memories when they come. He was a gardener every year of his life.

Shelly said...

Oh, I love your greenhouse, and the pics with your hubby and little Ruby are wonderful!

Claudia Moser said...

How busy you all are! Very nice

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Wonderful sight, the first official day of spring today as well, hurrah.

Bethe77 said...

Love your greenhouse. Appears you have lots of little treasures coming into bloom along with the adorable little Ruby and Eli.
Blessings

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Oh Wow, lots of work going on there!

Lovely photos Diane.

Have a good week.

Belle said...

It is wonderful to have a green house. You have been very busy in there! Thanks so much for the photos and seeing Ruby and Eli brings joy to my heart.

EM Illustrator said...

Looks very nice and organised, you're all set when the spring comes for real. It's been grey over here today, but not so crazy cold as the past days. I really miss having my own garden. Enjoy the rest of your evening.

Hugs,
Eva

becca said...

what a gorgeous greenhouse

Suzanne Prickett said...

You'll have to go into business Thisisme! You've got too much stuff, lol! It's all so lovely! And, your header photo is too pretty-so fresh looking.

What a wonderful greenhouse, and, I think your 'help' agrees. This is a great post!

Have fun...pretty weather coming your way-hugs!♥

Bouncin Barb said...

Greenhouse? What greenhouse? I only saw two little cutie pies and their Grandpa! These are great pictures This! I'll sit back and watch all the blooms through your blog since I have a black thumb!

Yamada Miyako said...

Dearest Diane,
Wow, so many new greens to grow♡♡♡ But
you and your husband have lovely helping hands, my friend♬♬♬ I SO wish if I coud to see your sweet English house and garden (^_^)彡☆
Take Care of Yourselves and hope you two are not working too hard.

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Empty Nester said...

Fantastic pix! You've been busy!

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Awesome greenhouse.....

Rosemary Nickerson said...

Wow! It really is spring where you live. It is still snowing back home, and I am not looking forward to needing boots and coats, never mind shoes even! We are already on the homeward leg of our adventures. boo. Still there's no place like home and yes, I am looking forward to seeing my buddies there, picking up where I left off at Christmas time.

Your greenhouse is a foretaste of all your garden will be soon. Love that you are teaching the little ones the joys of cultivation, for the next generation of gardens. I did that with my kids and now my daughter is teaching her 3 year old. :)