Monday, March 19, 2012

ABC Wednesday

J is this week's letter

This first day of spring, while March is still roaring around with wild winds, frantic clouds, snow flurries and showers, seems to be the time to contemplate JUNE gardens.

Hope you enjoy the sunshine and warm breeze and relax amongst the flowers of June.



For more wonderful J words visit here at ABC Wednesday where Mrs. Nesbitt and her Jolly crew maintain this great meme.

15 comments:

Carver said...

Great video and it would be impossible not to miss that garden when it is sleeping. Carver, ABC Wednesday Team

Roger Owen Green said...

Absurdly warm here. in the 70sF
Feels a bit like June already!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

photowannabe said...

We had a warm spell a few weeks ago and now its rain and snow in the mountains. Not complaining though. We needed it so badly.
Beautiful garden and video. Great choice for the letter J.

Mar said...

Lovely garden and video!

J is for...

Rajesh said...

Beautiful.

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

I don't know about June flowers, but the weather has been so mild all winter, it looks like our June flowers are popping up in March!

Paula Scott said...

Jumping for joy that June is nearer! Cold today, so June can't come anytime too soon!

Dimple said...

Still looking forward with you, Hildred. Beautiful tease!

Leslie: said...

Lovely video and I, too, am getting tired of having to turn up the furnace every morning. We actually had snow the other day and it's been quite cold and windy, too! June cannot come too soon for me. Have a jolly week,

Leslie
abcw team

jane said...

Lovely music and flowers - I especially liked the peonies - Jane UK

chubskulit said...

Lovely! I love your header!

Journal
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

Gattina said...

If only spring would arrive first !!
Gattina
ABC Wednesday

VioletSky said...

It feels like summer is just around the corner here....
and it will be lovely to see some colour again!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh thank you for the look back or look ahead to next year -- I guess that's a more hopeful way to look at it. You two are an amazing gardeners.

Kay L. Davies said...

I loved the video, Hildred. That's my kind of piano music (if I could play, which I can't). The first songs seemed to have a jazz or honky tonk feel to them, but the only one stirring a half-forgotten memory of "I think I've heard this before" was the last one.
If I had enough room, and enough money, I'd have a pink honky-tonk player piano.
Thanks for a lovely seven minutes of serenity! And I agree with the others, I like your header.
K