Cindy, I've never tried growing foxgloves. Wonder if they would do well here in TX? Love seeing your pretty pink ones. I look forward to seeing the roses. Happy Easter! Thanks for hosting Show and Tell Friday. I've just started participating and look forward to joining in the fun each week.
Happy Easter to you! :)
Your foxgloves are beautiful. I agree, a cottage garden must have them, and I think it will be a great year for roses. My Eden Climber has hundreds of buds on it, and starting to open.Happy Easter!
Happy Easter to you Cindy!
Happy Easter, your flowers are gorgeous and I'm excited to see your garden starting to bloom!
I hope that you are having a great Easter weekend too...love the new bud..such a sweet promise of renewal. Come say hi my friend :D
I adore foxgloves...they are a little tricky to grow in Oklahoma..but every year I spurlge on a few full ones at the nursery. Nothing is prettier in the garden. Just beautiful! Happy EasterMiss Bloomers
Your backyard garden is always so pretty. Do you plant new flowers each year or do they come back every year? The first time I ever saw Foxgloves was at Disneyland and I've loved them ever since. Hugs,Joanne
You have such a lovely garden, Cindy! Your flowers are always so stunning!Just wanted to stop by and wish you, Lauren and Vince a very safe and Happy Easter.Cheers!Tina
The foxgloves are gorgeous. Happy Easter!
Your garden is a delightful place to visit. Happy Easter to you and your family. ♥♫
Cindy, I wish you a blessed Easter. Thank you for your very beautiful blog! Did I tell you it was the very first one I ever saw in blogland? Sincerely, Susan
Happy Easter wishes to you too, Cindy!
What some beautiful beautiful flowers.. Happy Easter and God Bless.. Sheila
Stunning foxgloves Cindy, so satisfying when everything starts to bloom.Tracey
Cindy, as usual everything is just beautiful! I wonder if foxgloves would grow in SC with our heat.
Your flowers are so pretty. Will you get to see Vince this Easter? Give Lauren a hug from Missouri! We have been blogging together for many years!Happy and blessed Easter!
Cindy~~~I grew foxglove (the same pretty color as yours) for the first time last year. How I love it!!Have a happy and blessed Easter!!xoxoJane
Happy Easter to you as well.Both my Roses & Gardenia's are starting to bloom :)
Happy Easter!Hugs, Lisa
I've never had much luck with those beautiful pink foxgloves, but the small soft yellow perennial kind self seed all over my garden...Wishing you a very happy Easter, Cindy!xoxo,Mary
Your blog ..... it's amazing and soooo inspiring. Nice to find you!A small footprint from Agneta & SwedenPs. I have an ongoing jewelry contest on my blog. Welcome! Ds
Beautiful photos! Have a wonderful Easter.
¡HAPPY EASTER TO YOU!That budding rose looks like it will be a perfect one... anxious to see them fully open.
Your flowers are gorgeous! You are a bit ahead of us up here on the north part of the West Coast. I have Foxgloves that came as volunteers and they have spread and are gorgeous every year. I think they originally arrived on the wind or by way of the birds.Happy Easter,~Adrienne~
A Happy Easter to you too, Cindy! Foxgloves make me want to crawl right inside and enjoy them. Or write a story about dainty lady foxes at a tea party :)The Easter Bunny brought some new babies to Meadowsweet Cottage...come and see them :)
Foxgloves. A must in a Springtime garden!!Wishing you a lovely Easter!!
beautiful garden.. can't wait to see more of your garden..Happy Easter Cindy
Blessing to you and your family this Easter Season. Vicky
What beautiful flowers - happy Easter to you as well!
And a Happy Easter to You, too! :)
Beautiful pictures ♥ Happy EasterLove Mette from Norway
I love foxgloves! Yours are gorgeous! Cottages gardens are my fav! :-)Happy Easter!
Hope you have a great Easter Sunday!
Cindy, Your garden is always so amazing I can not wait to see it all in bloom, I hope you have a wonderful day with your family and I am so glad we got to meet,dear blogging buddy, thank you for all of your support and visits to my new little blog, it means so much to me to see your name there, Happy EAster,Kathysue
Happy Easter Cindy! Your pictures are just beautiful!
Cindy,I can't grow foxgloves either, so pictures like yours make me swoon!Wishing you and your family a wonderful and blessed Easter and thank you for producing such a wonderful blog.Marilyn (in Dallas)
I grew up in Western Washington and foxgloves grow wild all over the place. They are one of my favorite flowers and well worth the wait. Happy Easter.
Happy EasterYour roses are going to be beautiful. I hope you are having a lovely day....and your weather is perfect!Its an unseasonably beautiful, early spring here.Judi
Happy Easter dear Cindy!Love,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
HAPPY EASTER CINDY,BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS...:o)
wishing you a wonderful Easter Sunday!
I love those they don't grow here to well, the heat wilts them and the bugs eat them. Big yukky scary lookin bugs! So I'll enjoy yours. Happy Easter Cindy!
Happy (belated) Easter Cindy.Your garden is looking gorgeous. I look forward to seeing more pictures of it.
I love those foxgloves - they're beautiful!
Happy Easter to you! You definitely have a good start with your garden.
Hi, Cindy, Happy Easter! I love your Foxgloves! I've never had any luck with them here in Texas, but I think they're so beautiful! I also love your rosebud photo! Patti
Happy Easter to You!Your foxgloves are beautiful.:)~Becca~
Never tried floxgloves before. They are pretty. Happy Easter!
Happy Easter to you also. Those foxgloves are lovely. Blessings!Gwen
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