Although, I worked behind the scenes in a flower shop for almost 20 years, I am probably the worst gardener on the planet. I think this may be a trait that I inherited from from grandmother. So, every year, I drool over and covet other peoples' gardens. My cousin, Wednesday, has a beautiful garden that she shares with her family and friends via social media. Each morning she strolls her garden and snaps some pictures to post on Facebook. Last summer, I found myself eagerly awaiting her newest photos each day. I loved watching her garden blossom and flourish.
Today, and every Wednesday through the Spring and Summer, I invite you to visit Wednesday's Garden with me. Additionally, I will post a linky for anyone that would like to share their garden theme posts for the rest of us to enjoy.
Before I show you this week's photos, I want to thank those that signed up last week! Mosswood Connections shared some visual processing activities for kiddos, including a Nature Treasure Hunt Mandala.
Jenny Marie's Musings showed us her Basil Pot in her new weekly series, What's Growing on My Patio.
We're a new linky party with a slow start, but I hope that we will have a lot more of you joining in each week as our gardens flourish.
Here are a few photos that Wednesday shared with me this week, I hope you will enjoy them as much as I did.
How pretty is this vibrant pink geranium? I know this would make me happy greeting me each morning!
Wednesday captured this neat photo of a fern leaf!
I've heard that succulent plants are pretty easy to grow. I haven't attempted these yet, but have a few planters that they would look fabulous in! Wednesday has a few succulent planters that I will share in future installments of Wednesday's Garden.
Gardening can be an expensive hobby, which is partially the reason that I haven't jumped right in with both feet. Wednesday is an expert at tending a frugal garden. From purchasing plants on clearance, or even hosting a plant swap each summer, to finding her pots and other garden accessories at yard sales, thrift shop or even curb-side (in the trash!)!
This shabby chic bird cage is Wednesday's latest curb-side find! Isn't it lovely?! This would look perfect in my house on my sofa table! I just love the chippy paint! I look forward to see how Wednesday will incorporate this into her garden.
Now it's your turn! I want to see your garden! Please link up using the linky below....and don't forget to come back next week since we still have more to share!