Tuesday, July 10, 2012


Welcome back to Rednesday! My condolences to all of you who've had to suffer through the awful heat waves so far this summer. We've had unusually milder weather so far here in Massachusetts - below 90F/33C mostly. But, summer certainly isn't over yet!

Guess what I've got this week? Yup, more flowers, lol! But, first, is this adorable vintage glider swing that Mister picked up last year. I think it would fit American Girl-size dolls in it. I also think it originally might have had a canopy over it but, no matter, it's cute enough without it!

Pretty red Begonias ~

Portulaca close-up ~

Impatiens  ~

Monarda (Bee Balm) 'Jacob Kline' ~

Daylily 'Barbossa' ~

Fuschia 'Betty' ~

That oughta do it for this week! Enjoy!


Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation said...

Oh what fun! My grandchildren grew a flower similar to one you have above too. A truly sweet Rednesday!

Musings from Kim K. said...

I'm completely smitten with your doll glider. It's just delightful. Happy Rednesday.

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Lovely red blooms, Sue! Thanks for hosting!!


Susan Freeman said...

That glider is adorable!

Susan and Bentley

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Love all the flower pics!

Lola said...

Love the impatiens!

Happy Rednesday!

Sarah said...

Love seeing all your red blooms. Not much blooming here at present, though recent much needed rain may bring some out. ;-)

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Love all the red flowers. IT's been so hot here everything is suffering! Hugs, Linda

Visits With Mary said...

Flowers are alway pretty! Have a great Rednesday.

Bunny Jean said...

Your red flowers are so pretty! It's around 117 here and no blooms :(

Thanks for hosting this fun party!

xoxo Bunny Jean

Chenille Cottage said...

Oh, what pretty red summery flowers! How I love their bright blooms!
Thank you, sweet Sue, for hosting Rednesday...It's always so much fun popping in to see what everyone is up to!
Blessings, my friend!

★Carol★ said...

Your reds in the garden are looking spectacular! We're in a severe drought here, and I can't decide whether it's cheaper to keep watering or just replace any plants I might lose!