How beautiful and so colourful too!
Tracy,I have been to Fairhope many times and I am always in awe at how their downtown gardens are always kept so beautifully. The last time I was there was last August and even in the heat of the summer their beds were gorgeous. I so enjoyed your post and made me want to take a trip to Fairhope again and I always enjoy it. Beautiful post.Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook
I haven't heard of "Outdoor Wed." sound like a really fun one!! These pictures just made me want to get up and dance!! You live in such a beautiful are for sure! Just Gorgeous Thanks for the smile today =0)
Beautiful!! Yep I am officially ready for spring! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment to let me know you came by.
This flower garden is spectacular! How I wish I could have one such as this!I live in an area of Florida that has much too much sand mixed in and nothing grows with such flair.... I came from Illinois and they had such good earth but only 4 months out of the year I was able to grow flowers.Thank you for your visit to my blog today and I hope you got that Hummingbird feeder out!Sandy
Fairhope always has the most gorgeous flowers. I am across the bay from you and we love going back into Fairhope.
Beautiful post of colorful flowers. Illinois is expecting and early spring according to the ground hog. I'll believe it when I see it.Joyce M
Wow! Were those poppies! Love the Camelias - such a gorgeous flowerbed - so full and lush!Thanks for sharing this - I hope you share this with Tracy's Cottage Flora today at Fishtail Cottage - she'd love this!Hope you have a great day,Kathy
Absolutely gorgeous!! ...and I love the name of your blog!
The glory and beauty of spring. I'm waiting for ours ;-)
The flowers are incredible. And all in one town!!?