Welcome to Paisley Petunia…part two!

I find inspiration in pretty pictures, endless possibilities in a bowl of Meyer lemons, the meaning of lifetime devotion in the wagging tails of our 3 rescue dogs, end-of- the-day bliss in a glass of red wine and now, the boundless, soul clutching meaning of life in the faces of my 2 little angels.

It's a happy, creative, joy-full life we've got here in the LA sun. Come play! Bring wine.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

mon jardin magique

Maybe it’s not magic per se; I know there is all kinds of science that explains why a seed becomes a plant but still everytime I see something sprout or bloom I feel like it’s a little bit magic. 
I am giddy like a kid in a candy store that all these pictures are
1) taken by me  and
2) of something growing or grown in my garden
because I am officially obsessed with gardens and photography.  My husband wishes I was officially obsessed with remembering to turn off the lights and picking up my stuff. Unlikely…
ps: I am a newbie at gardening so if there are any master gardeners who are reading this and would like to adopt one slightly ignorant but very enthusiastic mentee please let me know. I have a zillion questions.
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Posted by c  at   7:09 AM    4 comment

4 Responses to mon jardin magique

  1. Cate says:

    Beautiful! This is exciting, isn’t it :)
    So many wonderful varieties. You have a huge space! Funny I just wrote about seeing your garden!

    Your Dahlias are Gorgeous. One of my favorites. Excellent job!

  2. Goodness, you have done an incredible job! Things look absolutely beautiful, the colors are gorgeous. We’re also fairly new at and have decided we brought our efforts to a new level we call Extreme Gardening. (Don’t ask.)

    May the rest of your week be as lovely as your garden!

  3. Jake says:

    AMAZING! You can be my mentor. Simply beautiful.

  4. Alicia says:

    Wow, I can’t wait to visit the garden. How satisfying. A ox

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