Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Another Hollyhock Garden

Here is the pretty candy pink house with hollyhocks that I promised you in the last post . . .














11 comments:

Nancy said...

So pretty. Thanks so much for posting.

A Garden of Threads said...

Those are a beautiful grouping of hollyhocks and so healthy looking. Mime all have rust on the leaves now.

Linda B said...

This is my dream home. And now that I see all those hollyhocks, I want to go get some in every color!!! Glad the one I gave you survived. Next time you come out, you can have a deep red one. They are everywhere.
Now, I hope you plan on telling me where this new thrift shop is. North of here? In Canada? Ha. You know I love thrift shops. You always outdo me with the bargains.

Christine Thresh said...

Oh, a pink house and Hollyhocks -- beautiful. Your photos are marvelous.
Isn't there some way of making a little doll from Hollyhock flowers? I seem to remember them.

Barb said...

You sure can take some beautiful pictures.....love the flowers.

Pat said...

That is lovely. Now...I wonder if they painted the house that color to match the flowers OR did they plant flowers in a color that would look nice next to the house? LOL

Fearless Nester said...

Jo, Don't know what happened, but I tried to comment on your other hollyhock post and it didn't show up. (Also it shows a link to one of my posts...sorry I don't know what happened!!) But anyway, I love your photography in both of these posts, it's such a feast for the eyes! ~Lili

Crispy said...

Such beautiful pictures Jo :0)

Crispy

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, how fabulous! That is GORGEOUS! I am in LOVE!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Peg said...

That is so lovely. Yesterday, we took our drive down Chuckanutt - drove through Fairhaven, and saw and Alaska Ferry dock, and I thought of you. We thoroughly enjoyed the drive, and the dinner - another beautiful spot in Washington state!

Deb Shucka said...

I'm so happy with all these hollyhocks, I could cry. I don't know what it is about them, but some part of my soul swoons every single time I see one. Thank you for all the pictures.