outdoor wednesday

Things that were blooming in my yard in Las Vegas this spring.....


Chaste Tree


Dark Knight Bluebeard




Pomegranate


Blooms from my Chitalpa tree


Oleander




Texas sage




Orange Jubilee Glory Bower



Ruellia Brittoniana Blue

Hardy Geranium




Silk Tree




Red Yucca



Blooms from my Umbrella tree. They smell wonderful, like lilacs.


Catmint

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31 comments:

  1. Oh very lovely garden!!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  2. Oh how lovely your garden grows! Very pretty colors. I love the pomegranate!!

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  3. WOW! Such exotic flowers that are so unique to me, a Tennessee girl! :)

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  4. Beautiful pictures of beautiful flowers...

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  5. Beautiful Gardens.. Love the Pom's.. My grandfather has acres of them planted.. I remember those days of pom stained hands and faces.
    Debbie

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  6. Isn't everything in your yard just beautiful.

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  7. Its a Ruellia Brittoniana Blue.I still have the label from mine. Dad

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  8. Thanks Dad I'll edit my post! :)

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  9. Love your flowers ! I only have two bloomers right now :o(
    Hugs ~ Kammy

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  10. What beautiful blossoms. You captured them so well they seem real enough to touch. Your garden must be lovely.

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  11. So beautiful, I bet you need to water your garden a lot in Las Vegas.

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  12. Wow... i have never seen a pomigranit growing!!

    How cool.

    Amazing what grows in the desert.

    TTFN~~Claudia

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  13. Awesome shots. Beautiful blooms. Nice post.

    Regina

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  14. What a beautiful collection you have here, love all the colours, happy outdoors, Kathy.

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  15. You must have a green thumb. Your garden is simply divine. I personally have never seen a Pomegranate plant. Grreat job on your Outdoor Wednesday post.
    Joyce M

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  16. You have a lovely garden...great variety of blooms!

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  17. Your garden is so pretty, it must bring you lots of joy.

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  18. love all your blooms, only wish my garden was half as nice!

    great Outdoor Wednesday post

    Sarah

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  19. Awesome shots. Beautiful blooms. Nice post.

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  20. Here in Idaho we have had so much rain, we haven't been able to work outside much. . .Is it starting to get really hot now in Vegas! Nice flowers in your yard. . .

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  21. Your garden is gorgeous! So many pretty things in bloom. A pomegranate tree! What a treat! Thanks for sharing.

    Christi

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  22. beautiful photos, happy outdoor wednsday!!

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  23. Your yard is alive with color! Everything is so pretty. I especially like the blossoms on the silk tree.

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  24. So pretty! Lots of blooms. I caught up on posts and loved the laundry room and the tags on the boxes for your son.

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  25. WHAT A GORGEOUS GARDEN...BEAUTIFUL, EXOTIC FLOWERS
    I love the pomegranate...I have never seen a picture of one
    My cousin and her husband just retired and moved back to oklahoma from years of living in Los Vegas
    You have a beautiful yard.....HAPPY OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY
    Hugs
    debbie

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  26. Beautiful flowers - thanks for sharing.
    Glenda

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  27. Wow, what a great garden. Can't believe you have pomegranates.

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  28. Most of the lovely things you shared won't grow in our garden. I haven't seen some of them before and enjoyed each photo. What you call a silk tree looks like our Mimosa which is blooming now. Perhaps we share that in common! :) ~~Rhonda

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  29. Lisa-
    It's so great to see such an unusal and pretty variety of blooming flowers and trees that yiou have in NV, from our Buffalo,NY region. Neat textures and colors and shapes. Thank you for sharing. Happy OW.

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  30. Lisa,
    All your blooms are so beautiful...I love the Orleaner...need to get me some of those...happy Outdoor Kathy

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  31. That is a lot of blooming. Many that I had not seen before.
    Mama Bear

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