Tuesday, May 12, 2009

I Spy- Robin's Egg Blue

I forget what these little blue flowers are called, but I have them 'stuffed' in most all of the crevices of my flagstone walk. You can walk right over them and they do not get crushed. They are simply beautiful right now.
A robin's nest in my rose arbor right out side my bathroom window. The eggs hatched Sunday night on Mother's Day!
See Steph @ stephcupoftea.blogspot.com for details

9 comments:

parTea lady said...

Teresa, I'm so happy that you are blogging again. I've been checking every day. Welcome back! I like your new format.

I'd like to plant those flowers on a hillside, or are they better for rock gardens and paths? That must have been lovely to watch the robin chicks hatch right from your window.

comfrey cottages said...

beautiful flowers and eggs! what a lovely blog you have! i bet catering is alot of fun plus alot of work! big hugs to you:)

Angela McRae said...

Oh boy, she's baaaaack! I've been eagerly awaiting the return of your blog, and it is lovely!

Southern Touch Catering said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you. Will get right to work on what I'm suppose to be blogging about, too!

Southern Touch Catering said...

parTea lady,
The flowers are good on any shady area. I only wish I had the tag from them to tell you what they are.

Steph said...

Gorgeous colors! Thank you for sharing!

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