I am inviting you all to stop by Vintage Indie. Our home is featured in the current My Vintage Pad Home Tours of Vintage Indie Magazine. Our thanks to Gabreial and staff, for this lovely honor.
We were at J’s Aunt Ruth’s this morning, where he planted a few new Iris. While J was working on that, I walked around the yard, taking photos. The Spirea is beautiful. The scent brought back memories of my grandparents’. There were Spirea bushes planted beside their driveway.
The Iris are beginning to bloom. Aunt Ruth has a large variety of gorgeous Iris and other flowers. I’ll let the photos, speak for themselves.
This yellow Iris is just one of many, in Aunt Ruth’s collection. Pictured below, are several others.
An iron bench in Aunt Ruth’s yard.
This concludes our visit to Aunt Ruth’s. I took the following photos around our yard and gardens, this morning.
Just after I took this photo, J moved the bird bath and statue to the garden by the dining room window. The bird bath would not remain level here, in the garden, next to the creek.
This is the garden next to the basement windows. The fountain was turned into a bird bath when we were unable to repair a leak.
As you can see, the Knockout Roses, on the wall next to the patio, are not in bloom, yet. The Blue Cadet Hosta are thriving.
Stop by Rhoda’s for a Garden Party, Wednesday May 6.
We’re returning to the lake, on Wednesday (6th), to spend a few days, fishing and relaxing.
I talked to Michelle, this morning. She is feeling better, but still not 100%. She’s hoping to return to work, tomorrow. Thank you for your kind thoughts and prayers.
Thanks to all who have visited these last two posts and others. I am overwhelmed by your sweet comments. I’ll be visiting you, from the deck, at Lake of the Ozarks.
Please visit Susan at A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday.