Wednesday, 1 June 2011

alphabet Thursday G is for GREEN Eden House

Firstly I would like to say a big thank you for people who left comments last week and secondly I am so sorry I did not reply to many , My Aunt died on Saturday morning UK time and needless to say I have not spent much time on here.

G is for GREEN

Washing has to be done and my preference if Persil.

Home grown lettuce , well home nutured I bought mini plants

Green Spade waiting for me to use

various home grown from seed herbs

A lovely slug free Hosta

Rickety garden furniture that needs repainting

A weed AKA plant  growing in wrong place

Green apples  ( zero points on Weight watchers )

Scales for working out points on Weight Watchers

Trisha  a plant from my Aunt

My Moss covered Hedgehog bird bath

This was just a quick trip around to show you some green.

I promise I will visit you this week  Please feel free to pop over to Jenny and see what else is on offer .
Have a great week

Must Not for Get that



Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Glorious greens!

So sorry to hear about your Aunt...

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

I'm sorry to hear about your loss, but it's nice that you have that one plant to help remember her by. Your gardening is going well...lots of green!

Lola said...

Hi again Tracy!

Thanks for stopping by - I'd love to know what you think of my novel if/when you manage to get through to Amazon!

Great greens here.

So sorry to hear about yr aunt.

XOXO Lola:)

myorii said...

So sorry to hear about your aunt. Keeping you and your family in my prayers....

Your garden looks amazing! Love all that green!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I am sorry for you loss. Your greens are wonderful. What lush green plants you have!

EG Wow said...

Green is a great G-word!

I'm so sorry your aunt has passed on.

Teresa said...

So sorry to hear you've lost your aunt. I just had to stop by since you are Eden House writing on green, and I am Eden Hills writing on green! You certainly do have a great assortment of greens surrounding you.

skoots1mom said...

love all your greens...
sorry to hear about your aunt's passing

NanE said...

Sorry for your loss. Hoping you will find peace and the promise of new life in your garden. Nan

Cheryl D. said...

Sorry about your aunt! Lovely photos of greenery!

Dazee Dreamer said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your aunt.

I have NO GREEN THUMB whatsoever, so people like you impress me. Well, there is also that little thing called, dirt under my nails that I can't stand. :)

Splendid Little Stars said...

a symphony in green!
I have home grown lettuce, too! I just plant the seeds closely in pots and pick the outer leaves. They keep producing all Summer.

So sorry about your Aunt.

Judie said...

I love all your green things! Especially the green apples!!

Jenny said...

Oh Tracy, I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm really glad you got to visit her...I hope you have many lovely memories to help you through the sad times.

Green is such a happy word for hope and healing.

I'm sending you prayers of the same right now.

Thank you for linking.

In sympathy.

Jenny Matlock

A+ for linking up, too.

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

So sorry to hear about your aunt.
Wonderful lush greens. Beautiful.

Irene and Bryan said...

Now in recycle bin.