Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Bloomin' Tuesday!





We took these pictures last year on our vacation and thought we would share them with all of you that enjoy "Bloomin' Tuesday". We are on vacation now and won't be able to visit your posts until we get back home. Click on MsGreenThumbJean in our sidebar to visit more "Bloomin' Tuesday" posts.
Enjoy your Bloomin' Tuesday.


12 comments:

Darla said...

Fantastic, one day I'll have an arbor with a beautiful vine on it. Great morning glory's.

perennialgardener said...

First off your Blog page looks great with the new autumn theme and I love the header with the leaves in varying shades of color. The morning glory is spectacular on that arbor. Happy Bloomin' Tuesday, enjoy your vacation Laurie & Chris.

Suzanne said...

Love your new fall background -- and the header is BEAUTIFUL! Love these fall colors! The arbor is so pretty with all those beautiful morning glories in full bloom! Love all the colorful leaves on the ground too! So pretty. Hope you are having a great time on your trip!

Dee said...

Beautiful blues! How gorgeous! Have a great vacation!

nancybond said...

Morning glories are so perfectly blue. :) Lovely!

Elzie said...

Can't believe you can get that bloom this big! It looks great.
Hope you have a nice evening.
Love Elzie

Anne Fannie said...

Your new blog colors are great for fall! I just love that arbor full of those beautiful blue Morning Glories! Perfect for Bloomin Tuesday and have a great trip!
Love, Ann

Jean said...

I remember these amazing pictures. Beautiful! Mom

the pleasures of homemaking said...

That just so beautiful!

Manuela

PEA said...

I'm loving your new decor on here:-) Oh wow, that arbor filled with morning glories are just gorgeous!! I never thought of using that flower for an arbor! Hope you're enjoying your vacation and taking tons of pictures:-) xoxo

Utah Grammie said...

Beautiful! Be safe and come home soon!
Colleen

gardenmomma (Chris) said...

What a vigorous morning glory. I love it. I plant them every other year and never have this kind of success. Maybe next spring....