Wednesday, November 11, 2009

WHITE WEDNESDAY~~IT MUST BE WINTER

You know it's winter in Florida when the pansies and sweet alyssum arrive at the nursery... Happy White Wednesday!!!






11 comments:

Rita said...

It's the same here in Texas--November is finally "cool" enough for pansies. My garden cart looks a lot like yours, filled with winter white flowers. I just planted quite a few Thalia white narcissus bulbs that do well in warm climates to keep the white flower thing going on into spring!
Would love to see how you plant up your new blooms!

Cindy said...

I love both of those white beauties...I also love Florida. :o)

Laura said...

How pretty are these sweet white flowers! I love them all....My parents are in Florida and some day we may be too!
Take care, Laura

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Ok, I can't stand it...where'd ya find the pansies? Great pics...I need some flowers......
Susie

stefanie said...

i love white pansies, i would love to have an all white garden, have a wonderful week

June said...

Hi Shelley,
I love living where I do...most of the time, but there are times when I feel like living somewhere else, like your beautiful Florida. When I think of the lovely weather and the forever green, I think I could be very happy there. I love seeing these beautiful blooms on your post today. You lucky girl.
Hugs,
June

AuroraSuzette said...

We have winter pansies too, but I don't recall white ones. I can't wait for my narcissus to bloom (indoors). And congrats on your cover, baby! I've already ordered my copy.

The Brocantess said...

Oh how I wish pentas wpuld be able to bloom here. I think the only thing white that we can expect is the snow that will soon fall.

Faded Charm said...

Your pansies look great especially against the galvanized. Thanks for playing along today.

Hope you have a wonderful week.

Kathleen

Anne~fiona and twig said...

I adore the alyssum! And how wonderful to ne able to spend your Winters in Florida. Lucky duck!
Anne

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Funny, Shelley. Up here in Canada, the arrival of the pansies signals the beginning of spring. You're so lucky down there when it comes to gardening.

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