Hi LisaIm so glad that you stopped by!!! I love your home & your blog:) And little Levi is absolutely precious they both are. I too am adopted actually at 12 years of age so I have such a heart for people that adopt. Look forward to seeing more of your incredible talent. Thanks for the hair compliment:)BlessingsKate
How nice! We have yucky brown and melting snow. Hugs, Lisa
Lavender must just love your climate. Here in B.C. it will do well for a few years and then the rain seems to get to it.
I love lavender fresh and dried. It smells so good. I haven't had much luck growing it though.
Love the lavender and rosemary -- two of my favorites -- how nice to have them all year long!
It looks great!
I'm coming to your house!!! LOL We have about 9" of snow.
I love your blog, your lovely flowers and Vegas.
I am so jealous!! It has been cold here in the deep South!! My garage is full of ferns right now!I had a pot of 3 year old rosemary in the courtyard and it froze through and through!!!Rhonda
Your Valentine decorations are so cute and yet so doable by anyone. Love everything! I've done the button hearts in the past mixed with cross-stitch sayings. Haven't found the right sized frames for them yet. Your lavender is beautiful! Blessings :) Tammy
I love lavender! Yours is so beautiful, and I am indeed jealous. My own little bit of lavender right now is a sad wee stick, covered in snow!Cass
Hello Lisa,Congratulations on your adoption of Levi!Your lavender looks great as does the rosemary at the park. They are both plants I really love. Your Valentine decorations are adorable!~ Tracy
I was just out in Vegas this past weekend and I noticed that geraniums were also blooming even when it was a bit colder at night. I can't wait for Spring to come to the East coast so I can go out and play in the dirt and plant some color!Joyce
Beautiful! Oh how I long for spring. Right now I'm surrounded by white fluffy stuff.
Great to see something blooming. love the smell of rosemary and I have bought pots of it, but it always dies within a short time.
Wonderful photos, I love the scent of lavender and it is so pretty. The turtle is really cool, what a neat garden critter.
It's so nice to see green and flowering plants. Makes me wish for summer. :)
That is a really pretty house.
OK...that is so not fair to share with us rain soaked Northwest gardeners! Kim