Miss Addie is quite beautiful in her surroundings- xo Diana
I love Miss Addie and would love to have a Miss of my own, but how on earth do you keep her looking so fresh and clean...anything I put outside with fabric seems to get dirty and worn over night. Perhaps she is magical; she and the garden are totally charming.
Miss Addie looks ready for spring! Sadly - we have a fresh coat of snow on the ground!
Such a beautiful garden, Dottie. And, Miss Addie looks quite fetching dressed for spring!! blessings ~ tanna
I am nowhere near that kind of a garden. i just had to pull the pots of pansies off the porch as the strong wind gusts were blowing them all over the place!
Wow! Your garden is coming along so well. I have tomatoes planted and tomorrow, I am sowing several varieties of seeds. I can't wait until I see the little green sprouts emerging from my garden. It appears that you have raised beds. I do too. Do you do the square foot method? Love your Miss Addie! Maybe I need my own Miss Addie to add a little touch of whimsy to my garden. Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse
Lovely garden and WOW Miss Addie is something!
Wow-- not that much green here yet! Nice!
Love your garden and Midd Addie! Such big beautiful green leaves!
Miss Addie is adorable and I love brussel sprouts and try to serve them as often as my hubby will tolerate!Big Hugs,Susan and Bentley
Love Miss Addie! I went exploring today and can see the daffodils coming up, as well as the sedum and hostas. Tomorrow I'm going to start cleaning up the garden beds.Thanks so much for joining in this week!xoClaudia
How I wish spring was here! I still have small pockets of snow dotting my front yard! I did see a few hyacinths poking their way through the soil in my southern backyard, so maybe in a few weeks things will warm up here and I can start dreaming of my garden!
Oh, Dottie, your garden is so lush already! (And Miss Addie looks particularly lovely this Spring.) Here in New England the earth has finally thawed and we have a lot of green again. I'm so relieved that I can finally work in the garden in earnest! Wishing you continued good weather and best of luck with your wonderful garden.