Tuesday, May 15, 2012

REDNESDAY



Hi everyone!
I got nuthin' today . . . yup, that's right - nuthin'!

I am still so busy in the garden that I have hardly had time for anything else. Would you believe that I started 80 different varieties from seed so far, and I'm not done yet! I still have to "plant out" some seeds, such as sunflowers, nasturtiums, poppies, and a few veggies. I have a large yard and, mind you, it's definitely not magazine worthy, but it's mine and I love it!

I hope you'll show me all your beautiful reds this week!


15 comments:

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Hi Sue!
I've never planted anything from seed and I'm so looking forward to seeing all your plants! I adore sunflowers, nasturtiums and poppies too. Have fun!

Sally

~~Carol~~ said...

I wish I had the space to grow all of my annuals from seed, because I'd save a fortune! My gardens aren't magazine worthy either, but they sure do give me alot of pleasure. Be sure to share pics of those nasturtiums when they bloom, ok?
Happy REDnesday,
Carol

Marydon said...

Dying to see your gardens. Come see my iris I put on view. We planted lots of flowers by send this year & I am anxious to see how they come out.

Hard to believe you had no red today, Sue.

Have a great day, my friend.
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

We planted a big garden this year, some plants and some seeds. Weeds already! So much work, but nothing like fresh veggies and gorgeous flowers. Thanks for hosting! Pam

vintage grey said...

Sounds like fun to be out in the garden!! Look forward to seeing some pictures!! Have a wonderful week! xo Heather

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Happy Rednesday, Sue! :)

Chenille Cottage said...

Yay...I finally figured out how to post on your "Rednesday"!!!
Thank you, Sue, for hosting this delightful splash of RED in the middle of my week! I love it!
Cheery wishes,
Carolynn x x x

Curtains in My Tree said...

Thank you for reminding me to get some nasturtiums seeds planted I just love seeing them bloom in my flower beds

Happy REDNESDAY

I am so excited to have a giveaway from my Savannah Georgia friend

Fran said...

80 varieties! I'm so impressed! I hope you will post lots of pictures. I planted from seed this year for the first time EVER. Just zinnias, cosmos and poppies but they are already a couple of inches tall and I can't even tell you how excited I am about that!

LadyD said...

Thanks for hosting. Love all the red entries. Linky no likey.
Here's mine:


http://ladyd-books.blogspot.com/2012/05/wordless-wednesday-talking-parrots.html

LV said...

I enjoy working in my yard as well. It is hard work and time consuming, but it relaxes me. However, I do get tired. I am always delighted when you drop by far a visit. Be careful and do not overdo it.

Ms. Redo said...

Hi, so glad to be back with you on Rednesday, I've been taking somewhat of a blogging break. Thanks for hostessing. Hugs ~ Mary

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Hi Sue!
I wish you great success with all your plantings! I love to garden , too. I don't have the greenest thumb , but I haven't let that stop me yet. lol. Happy Rednesday & Thanks for hosting !

ThreeOldKeys said...

You must have a very green thumb ... or 2 of them. Happy Rednesday, even though I don't have any reds to show either ... only my 4 repurposed chairs turned into planters, and there's no red on any of 'em.

Terra said...

I admire you for planting 80 varieties; that is a lot of work and will give a lot of beauty in return, and yummy things to eat.