Lovely pinks, Glo! You must tell me about your garden - or maybe a little garden tour video. I'd love to see how you've arranged your pretty plants.
I like pink, as well as white and yellow, in gardens as I think that they contrast so well with green. xx
Pink blog, pink post...pink flowers...reminds me of my daughter...heheh...
Hi Nikki ~ I'll see what I can do about a little video when the cherries ripen! Of course, I have only shown you the pretty flowers, not the moss in the grass, etc...LOLFlighty ~ so true, and I just happened to see there were a few pinks around, and I quite like pink :) (as well as all the other colours...)UTP ~ Hello and thanks for dropping by...yes, pink is such a feminine colour, and you're right...the whole blog is blushing pink :)
They look beautiful! Delicate and sunny! I love the strippy pink and white one, reminds me of ice cream on a sunny day!There are so many shades of pinks, the garden must be filled with many pinkish blooms!One of my fave films is 'Pretty in Pink'... absolutely nothing at all to do with flowers but a timely reminder. *slides dvd into machine* ;o)
I ought to come round more often, and the only way I can do that is by putting you on my list so I can click through. (Once upon a time I had all the blog addresses memorized, but they're starting to slip out of my brain along with passwords!)
Daffy ~ The pink rose bush was here when we moved to this home 15 years ago, but the previous neighbours put in a solid fence without a lattice, and now the rose has to grow so high to peer over the top of the fence in order to bloom. The pink and white striped flowers are very small, probably 1 cm in diameter. The picture of the last flowers are also tiny. I haven't seen the movie "Pretty in Pink", so I'll put it on my list :) ThanksHi Liv ~ thanks for coming by and also for adding me to your list. I'll do the same:) We've got the whole continent covered after all, from east to west!
Glo, what's the flower in the third photo, I don't recognise it? x
Hi Louise ~ The third flower is, I think, nemesia :)