"Gardening is about enjoying the smell of things growing in the soil, getting dirty without feeling guilty, and generally taking the time to soak up a little peace and serenity. " ~Lindley Karstens

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Happy New Year

We are on a skiing vacation in Vermont.  A White Christmas finally!  Want to make a quick post to wish all my friends from all over the world a Happy New Year!



The flowers bloomed in my December garden ...

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow


Christmas Cactus

Newly purchased Japanese Lantern



Matchstick  Bromeliad
Double Layered Desert Rose

Iceberg Roses


Dwarf Blue Tango Bromeliad Aechmea 'Del Mar'

Front Garden



Knockout roses

Diathus




Kalanchoe
Mums

Some winter container combinations...






Happy New Year!

9 comments:

  1. Vermont looks lovely as do your gardens in December. Have missed reading your posts. May 2013 be a wonderful year for you and your family.

    FlowerLady Lorraine

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  2. I'm amazed at the number and variety of blooms in your winter garden. Mine is all frozen and brown, lol. I hope you have a wonderful New Year's celebration and I look forward to reading more of your blog in the coming year.

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  3. Your garden is beautiful! I love your new lantern!

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  4. Happy new year Ami! Love your snow pics and your December garden is beautiful as ever.

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  5. Happy New Year, Ami! Love the pics of Vermont, but love your blooms more! So many beautiful colors.

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  6. Enjoyed looking at your broms.
    I'm still going crazy hunting broms around as they seemed to be rare nowadays in the nurseries
    Guess they are not so easily available or must be expensive.
    Your matchstick brom is beautiful - I haven't seen them around in my region.

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  7. Your winter garden was stunning! So much in bloom, where my garden was brown, brown, brown :-(

    I just realized I haven't seen you blog for a while. I hope everything is well with you and look forward to reading your blog posts again.

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  8. Wow, love your garden. The double layered desert rose and the iceberg rose is really an attraction. So pretty.

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  9. I love growing in south Florida. It is much different than when I lived in California but just as fun.

    we have just started a small south Florida community and we'd love to have to stop by and join us!
    http://southfloridacommunity.blogspot.com/

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