I am having Lady Grey tea out on the back deck where I can enjoy the sound of the birds and the sun is not too hot yet. It is quiet and a wonderful place to enjoy a cup of tea and reflect on my many blessings.
This garden is so named because the rocks which line the edge of it came from my grandmother's childhood home on Caledonia Mountain in New Brunwick. The garden is newly planted and unfortunately, the nasty crows have pulled out all my red flowers. First it was the tulips and now it's the astilbe and impatiens. Tucked back in a corner there is also my hosta garden as well as lilies and rose bushes.
Our yard is not fenced in because we live beyond the hustle and bustle of the city therefore my garden is spread out in different areas of our property.
This is our garden at the top of our driveway which we see from the side door.
And this is one of my rose bushes.
So, here we are back on the deck.
Thank you for stopping by and I invite you to visit our hostess Bernideen - http://bernideensteatimeblog.blogspot.com/ and her other tea in the garden participants. Have a lovely weekend everyone.
Sharing from my heart~ Sandi